What Am I?, a Let’s Learn Spanish lift-the-flap book, introduces little ones to the Spanish words for things that go. Clickity clack, clickity clack. What’s that racing down the track. It takes us far, then home again. “ALL ABOARD!” Come ride the tren (train). Introducing a creative way to learn first words in Spanish, What Am I? uses the power of rhyme and lift-the-flaps to teach basic transportation names. Perfect for young readers and families looking for a gentle introduction into a new language, What Am I? focuses on everyday vehicles in the second book in the Let’s Learn Spanish series.
Diane de Anda, a third generation Latina, is a retired professor in the Department of Social Welfare at UCLA and the author of several children’s books featuring Latino families.
Sara Sanchez has always drawn everything around her and went to art school when she grew up. She currently lives in Madrid, Spain.
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