Reading books is one of the greatest pleasures available to us. Reading in another language is even better, as it offers all the good things about reading—plus the added benefit of learning a new language!
Finding reading material in Spanish is easier than ever thanks to the many resources available online. However, sometimes it’s hard to find the right books when you look for them....Read More
Hispanic picture books are a perfect entry point into Spanish for your kids.
If you’re not sure where to look, I prepared a lengthy list of award-winning picture books full of colorful characters, eye-catching artwork, and charming stories related to Hispanic culture.
Let’s look for a red scarf in a park in Argentina or spend time with a female caiman in Venezuela. Or how...Read More
Dr. Seuss books in Spanish are a fantastic and whimsical resource for language learning.
Rhymes, quirky characters, and memorable storylines have led Dr. Seuss to the hearts of millions of readers in Spanish-speaking countries.
They’ve been translated into over 20 languages and continue to mesmerize children.
Dr. Seuss books are fun and simple, so they make the...Read More
Spanish children’s books are essential for your bilingual library at home.
How can we ensure that kindness, empathy, tolerance, and respect are not only part of our home library but also of our society’s future?
One surefire way is by instilling these crucial values in our children.
Spanish children’s books that teach life lessons are an entertaining way to immerse in...Read More
We all face uncertainty and fear from time to time. If you can teach your child about being courageous in the face challenge, they are far more likely to develop a healthy resilience to adversity.
We have created a fantastic list of Spanish books for kids of all ages whose core messages are about courage and bravery. Why is this such a crucial topic to explore with your child?...Read More
Curling up with your child and reading together is wonderful in so many ways. Reading books to kids allows them to hear language rhythm, sounds, and vocabulary so that they can begin to pick up on language. It aids enunciation and teaches children to mimic the sounds they are hearing and associate words with pictures. Add to their education by reading to them in Spanish so they can...Read More