The Language Bear Books – Christmas idea

The Holidays are upon us, can you believe Christmas is less than 30 days away!! If you are like me you have been non stop thinking about Christmas since before Halloween was over and hardly have anything bought. Ive got a few people checked off our list but one person I have the hardest time buying for is my very own child. I don’t know what it is but Mason always gets put off till right before Christmas, I have the hardest time buying for him of course I could buy whatever off his list but most of that stuff is electronics and I try steering clear of those.

A simple and great gift to give any child this Christmas is a book, doesn’t require batteries, Its a great way to spend time with your loved ones. Bosley Builds a Treehouse by author Tim Johnson is intended to teach young children new words, phrases and is available with dual language translations in Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, Chinese and Japanese. It is the fourth book in the Bosley Bear series.

Mason is always wanting to learn words in Spanish and since I don’t know hardly any this is a great way for both of us to learn.

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It has great illustrations; great for new readers or kids just looking at the colorful pictures. It makes it easy for both the parent and child to learn the words in a different language, I don’t know about you but I’m not a natural at learning foreign languages! :)

http://www.theLanguageBear.com
Purchase the book here

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Author Tim Johnson
“Tim discovered the power of bilingual books while visiting Japan as a teenager. In 2011 he published his first dual language children’s book in 7 different foreign languages as a tool for increasing cultural awareness and gaining new perspectives. Bosley Bear has since become popular among US and international readers, providing a fantastic way for children to learn a second language in a fun, easy and natural way.” Read more about Tim here.

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I was given a copy of the book to review, however all opinions expressed here are my own.

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