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Bosley Sees the World - Bilingual Children's Book Review + Giveaway

As a child I always wanted to learn to speak Spanish because my best friend spoke it.  She use to write down words and terms for me to learn and I would practice them and study them every night.  This is how I learned to speak Spanish.  

I wish I had these Language bear books to learn even more.  They are very well written and can be used to either learn another language or have another person learn English.

This book takes you on an adventure with Bosley the bear.  Each page features the story in English and another language.  At the back of the book are key words that can be practiced.

Children will enjoy learning a new language with Bosley.  These books are dual-language children's books that are written in both English and one of the following languages: French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese and Hindi.

In this story Bosley Bear discovers how big the world is and how much there is to explore and learn.

Bosley is a confident and curious little bear who looks for new challenge everywhere he goes.

This dual language book is designed to help teach your child new words and phrases.  This book teaches children to learn at their own pace and enjoy the learning process. 

The methods used in this book include:

Repeat Words
Simple Phrases
Highlighted Vocabulary Words
Contextual Learning 
Corresponding imagery

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Manufacturer's Notes:

For children, learning a new language in the context of a story is such a powerful learning tool, because they can use the images, characters and plot to help them remember words and phrases.
Even simple foreign words and phrases can give a child a completely new perspective and open their eyes to new ways of seeing the world.

This book is available in the following languages:

 French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Hindi

About the author:

Tim Johnson discovered the power of bilingual books while visiting Japan as a teenager.  In 2007 he founded  the Language Bear bilingual bookstore and is committed to educating children in foreign languages as a tool to increase cultural awareness and gaining new perspectives.

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Disclosure:  I received the above mentioned books for my honest opinion.  Your opinion may differ.


  1. I would choose Spanish since I have some background with it and could help the kiddos!

  2. I would choose the German since my husband's grandmother is German and his mother speaks it as well. I studied a bit of it and would be able to read the story to my son in both languages.

  3. I would choose the Spanish language book. Thanks for the giveaway!


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