Bilingual English-Mandarin, from 4yo.
Fun way to learn Mandarin with these 50 double-sided flashcards. One side shows a drawing representing the word, on the other side there is the word in English, Mandarin, pinyin and written phonetically. Still not sure about the pronunciation you can hear each word spoken aloud on the free Lonely Planet Kid pronunciation guide.
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Bilingual English-Russian, from 2yo.
The Rainbow Fish, with his shimmering scales, is the most beautiful fish in the ocean but he does not have any friends because he is proud and vain. He has to learn to give away some of his most prized possessions to make friends.
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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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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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In Chinese, from 12yo.
The famous book by Ransom Riggs adapted to the movies. After the tragic death of his grandfather, Joseph travels to an island off the coast of Wales. There, he meets with Miss Peregrine and the children she looks after. They are all special, they all have special talents. Joseph, will soon discover, they are all in danger.
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Bilingual Mandarin-English, from 12yo.
Great resources when you go on holidays and need to learn the basics of Mandarin. This CD and phrasebook will allow you to learn basic vocabulary, build your own sentences and pronounce words correctly.
It includes vocabulary on numbers, time, dates, transport, shopping, accommodation, money and banking, sightseeing, emergencies, health, culture, feelings and opinions…and much more.
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