Oxford Spanish-English Visual Dictionary of Animals by
  

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Oxford Spanish-English Visual Dictionary of Animals by

New in the internationally successful Visual Dictionary series, the Oxford Visual Dictionary of Animals introduces animals from around the world through highly illustrated dynamic spreads in thematic sections. There are over 1,500 words and incredible 3D artwork. All the animals are labelled in English and Spanish, so that children can learn the names for their favourite animals and expand their vocabulary in a foreign language. Stunning atmospheric spreads introduce each habitat, followed by spreads showing the animals that live there. It includes maps and feature panels providing a wide range of vocabulary in both languages. At the back of the book is a section giving vocabulary for names of groups of animals, the noises animals make, and animal young. The Animal Detective Quiz sends readers back into the book to find the answers. This title contains full indexes in English and Spanish.

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4th June 2015

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9780192737564


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