A Bilingual Book for Bicultural Kids
Today I am so happy to be posting for my good friend at Toddling in the Fast Lane. I am so impressed by all the bilingual learning activities she does with her daughter, so I am happy to share about a bilingual book we discovered lately.
Read all about it over at Kristen’s fabulous blog:
A Mi Manera: Book Review
And be sure to also visit my collaborative Pinterest board on Bilingualism!
Great post! Love it!
Thank you, dear!
Hopped over from the Kid Lit Blog Hop #34. I shared your blog on my Facebook
Thank you so much, Hope!
Just stopping in from the Hop – that’s a great message that often gets overlooked in kid’s books: that it’s okay to do things differently and still be friends. Thanks for sharing this book 🙂
Thank you! I love how the author shared the message here, in a way easy for little ones to understand.
I think this book would be useful for my daughter from the bicultural angle too. Strange as it may sound even though Americans and English speak the same language, there are a lot of differences, which my daughter as dual national has had to deal with. Stopping by from the Kidlitbloghop
Thank you, Kriss! Yes, I think the message of the book could definitely be applied to cultural differences as well. In some ways this can be more difficult because the differences are less obvious. Thanks for stopping by!
Sounds like a wonderful book. I have always enjoyed sharing books with my kids that introduce them to different languages, cultures, and customs. Thanks for sharing this one on the hop.
Thank you! I agree – books are a wonderful way to explore the world with kids!