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Children’s Book: The Watermelon Princess (Spanish-English) (Spanish-English Bilingual Children’s Book)

August 12, 2018 - Comment

Children’s Book: The Watermelon Princess Spanish-English Bilingual Story with Illustrations Ages: 3 to 7 A watermelon adventure: exciting, funny and unbelievable! 1. Why is this Spanish-English bilingual picture book created? The best time to learn a second language is in early childhood, when the brain is more receptive to language learning. The best way to

Children’s Book: The Watermelon Princess
Spanish-English Bilingual Story with Illustrations
Ages: 3 to 7
A watermelon adventure: exciting, funny and unbelievable!

1. Why is this Spanish-English bilingual picture book created?

The best time to learn a second language is in early childhood, when the brain is more receptive to language learning.
The best way to learn a new language is by reading books, which can help children learn spelling, vocabulary, grammar and sentence structures at the same time.
The best books for learning a foreign language are bilingual stories with pictures, which can facilitate children’s understanding of the plot and reinforce their linguistic memory.
That’s why we created this bilingual picture book for children .

2. What are the advantages of Spanish-English bilingual children?

There are many benefits of being bilingual. Scientific studies have shown that compared to children who speak only one language, bilingual children have longer attention spans are better at multitasking perform better in school tests have better social and communication skills have better career opportunities earn more money in jobs have lower risks of stroke and Dementia in old age are more open-minded, tolerant and flexible

3. How to raise Spanish-English bilingual children?

Einstein said, “If you want your children to be intelligent, read them stories; if you want your children to be more intelligent, read them more stories.” He emphasized the importance of reading stories in a child’s cognitive development.
We believe that reading stories in two languages can maximize the positive effects of reading, because different languages are stored in different parts of the brain and bilingual stories can stimiluate and activate more regions in the brain than monolingual stories.
So Einstein’s quote can be changed into “If you want your children to be intelligent, read them monolingual stories; If you want your children to be more intelligent, read them bilingual stories!
Raising bilingual kids is a long process. It requires determination, patience, practice and repetition. When you read bilingual stories to your child every day, you are training their language muscles.
One little bilingual story could lead to a big step in your child’s life.

4. Who can use this Spanish-English bilingual book?

This book is recommended for: bilingual children bilingual families bilingual kindergartens bilingual schools bilingual classes bilingual libraries

Start the amazing bilingual journey today!