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Book review: ‘1, 2, 3’ by Roald Dahl

In French, from 0yo

Based on Roald Dahl’s book ‘ the enormous crocodile’ learn how to count to 10. Fun story to be rediscovered in a new format.

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Book review: ‘Dalawang Dagang Bulag’

Bilingual Tagalog-English, from 4yo.

This is the story of 2 blind mice who decide to travel. The climb 2 mountains, cross 2 rivers and meet 2 monitor lizards. Will they escape?

Fun little book perfect for young readers. It comes with a map of the mice’s adventures where you can retrace their steps by playing with dice.

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Book review: ‘The adventures of Tintin: the land of the black gold’ (Chinese)

In Chinese, from 8yo.

Cars have been exploding all over the country. Tintin must investigate to discover who is tempering with the oil.

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Book review: ‘En el mar’

In Spanish, from 0yo.

Beautiful boardbook with the vocabulary you need to prepare for a trip to the beach. The illustrations are fun and colourful. In the same collection you will find ‘en la ciudad’, ‘en el zoo’ and ‘en la granja’.

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Book review: ‘1, 2, 3’

In French, from 1yo.

Rediscover the enormous crocodile by Road Dahl with this fun format specially designed for young children. Let’s count to from 1 enormous crocodile watching the children to 10 children running away. It is a fun and interactive way to read the story and also find the crocodile who is hiding in each scene.

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Book review: ‘Row, row, row the boat’

Bilingual Chinese-English, from 0yo.

Row, row, row the boat, up and down the stream…. Great way to teach a child a new language is singing songs he is familiar with. He gets to learn the vocabulary in both languages at the same time. Gorgeous board book perfect for little hands to manipulate and sing along.

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Book review: ‘ Tintin and the Red Sea sharks’

In Chinese, from 8yo.

Mohammed Ben Kalish Ezab needs his friend Tintin’s help. Will Tintin survive the shipwrecks, fires, and worst of all, Abdullah, the emir’s rotten son?

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Book review: ‘ABC’

Bilingual Spanish – English, from 0yo.

Beautiful large format board book. The illustrations and the indents of the letters will make learning the alphabet in English and in Spanish an interesting and interactive activity. Learn one animal for each letter in both langauges.

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Book review: ‘Si Pilandok Sa Pulo ng Pawikan’

Bilingual Tagalog-English, from 8yo.

A greedy chief wants to eat Pawikan (turtle) eggs and sends his best warriors to the Pawikan Island to fetch him the eggs. Pilandok wants to save the Pawikan eggs so they can safely hatch. He gets to the island first and swaps the egg with round shaped stones. The warriors bring the stones to the chief who wonders whether it is normal for Pawikan eggs to turn into stones. In the meantime, Pilandok buries the eggs in the sand and waits for the little turtles to hatch and listen to the call of the sea.

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Book review: ‘Oliver Twist’

In Italian, from 8yo.

Oliver Twist is an orphan who escapes from a workhouse to London. There he meets with a gang of juvenile pickpockets led by the elderly Fagin.

This story is about the exploitation of young children in 19th century in London. The tale has been simplified and summarised, perfect for Italian learners.

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