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Who Am I?

A Let's Learn Spanish Book

Illustrated by Sara Sanchez

Who Am I?, a Let’s Learn Spanish lift-the-flap book introduces little ones to the Spanish words for animals around the house.

I purr and play with yarn and string.
“Me-ow, me-ow” is what I sing.
I'm striped or plain or calico
I am a furry, sweet


gato (cat).

Introducing a creative way to learn first words in Spanish, Who Am I? uses the power of rhyme and lift-the-flaps to teach basic animal names.

Perfect for young readers and families looking for a gentle introduction into a new language, Who Am I? focuses on everyday animals in the first book in the Let’s Learn Spanish series.

Diane de Anda, a third generation Latina, is a retired professor in the Department of Social Welfare at UCLA and the author of several children’s books featuring Latino families. 

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