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Il vestito nuovo dell’ imperatore

In Italian, from 4yo.

This is based on a the classic fairy tale. The vain emperor has some beautiful new clothes made that only clever people can see – or can they? 

This satyre mocks how the king lets two crooks take advantage of his vanity and how no-one dares to contradict the king.

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Si dindo pundido

Bilingual Tagalog-English, from 8yo.

This is the story of Dindo, a firefly who does not glow. He does not feel as he belongs with the other fireflies and it makes him sad. One day, a boy comes and catches the glowing fireflies and lock them inside a jar. Fortunately, Dindo is not spotted as he does not glow. Thanks to his ingenuity and kindness he manages to free the other fireflies.

This is a story about accepting our differences as it makes us richer.

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Book review: ‘First words – French’

Bilingual French-English, from 0yo.

Little readers will love to manipulate this colourful board book while learning their first French words.

Each word comes in both languages French and English as well as a phonetic version to assist with the pronunciation in French.

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Book review: ‘Inventoras y sus inventos’

In Spanish, from 4yo.

Awesome book about female inventors and their inventions. Did you know a female invented the Monopoly game? The periscope? Discover the amazing ladies who invented most of the machines and devices we use in our everyday life.

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Book review: ‘Feliz navidad Mauro’

In Spanish, from 0yo.

Merry Christmas Hugless Douglas. Let’s dive in Douglas’s world and find out what Christmas is about? Is it about snow? about making new friends? what about Christmas hugs?

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Book review: ‘Spazio’

In Italian, from 6yo.

This is a great book to learn about famous astronomers, astrophysicists and other scientist studying space. Great way to expand young readers’ Italian vocabulary as well as teach them about science. This is book offers portraits of famous scientists and also fun facts, such as which scientist has had his brain removed? Who discover a volcano on Mars?, Who lost his nose in a duel?.

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Book review: ‘Dian Fossey’

In Spanish, from 4yo.

Diane Fossey was an amazing scientist, she dedicated her life to studying gorillas. She actively defended the primates and fought poaching and animal trafficking. Unfortunately, this fight led to her death. Teach your young readers her life, her passion and her work with this beautiful book in Spanish.

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Book review: ‘Viene l’autunno’

In Italian, from 0yo.

Cute little book with colourful illustrations. The Autumn is here and Bunny is telling us about falling tree leaves, windy weather…. The short texts are perfect for language learners. The illustrations are great to prime descriptions.

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Book review: ‘La gardienne des oceans’

In French, from 4yo.

There is a legend about Elinea, the goddess of the oceans, she protects and nurtures all sea creatures. Has everyone forgotten about her? Moving story with beautiful illustrations.

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Book review: ‘Adivina cuanto te quiero’

In Spanish, from 4yo.

Read this sweet story in Spanish. ‘Guess how much I love you’ is famous around the world. In this story, we learn it is not easy to measure how much we love someone when we love so much.

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