Space Postman/El Cartero Espacial by Lone Morton


Space Postman/El Cartero Espacial by Lone Morton

New titles in Barron's popular series of language-learning picture storybooks teach very young children the fundamentals of a second language even as they are learning their own. On each page, a single line of amusing story text is presented in two languagesin English and either in Spanish or in French. Preschool children introduced to these books receive a very early start in learning a new language at the same time they're learning the language spoken in their households. A closing section in each book presents a guide that will help parents teach boys and girls to pronounce the words aloud in both languages. In this story, written in both English and Spanish, Captain Crater flies his rocket ship to different planets and delivers mail to his many friends. Then one day, he loses his mailbag somewhere in space. Will he ever find it again?

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32 pages


Lone Morton
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Publication date

1st October 2005



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