Numbers 1 to 100: Bilingual Firsts (Board Books)
From the Emmy-nominated, award-winning bilingual preschool series Canticos, comes Numbers 1 to 100, a part of the Canticos Bilingual Firsts collection.Learn how to count from 1 to 10, and 10 to 100 in tens, in both English and Spanish. Complete with beautiful illustrations, this book is a great way to make learning opposites with your little chickie special and unique in not one, but two languages. Concept: Numbers, Counting. Format:
- 6 x 6 board book format perfect for little readers.
- English and Spanish on the same spread.
- Interactive lift-the-flap.
- This book belongs to page to personalize with a child's name. Canticos resonates with parents who want to raise multilingual children through quality, appealing content. -- NBC Good books not only teach your child about different cultures and their traditions, they are also a great way to help your child pick up new vocabulary and information about different regions around the world. Canticos...is a great place to start -- Motherly Susie Jaramillo created a media company with an educational, cross-cultural, and intergenerational mission. -- School Library Journal Qu hacer cuando los ni os no quieren dormir? La colecci n biling e Canticos de Susie Jaramillo re ne tiernas canciones de cuna de nuestra infancia. -- People en Espa ol Children can also watch our bilingual videos on the Canticos channel Beloved by kids, parents and educators, Canticos is the #1 bilingual preschool brand.
About the Author
Susie Jaramillo is a mom, an artist and a creative director raising two bilingual children. She worked for many years in advertising having co-founded the vox collective, a NY-based boutique multicultural agency where she served as Chief Creative Officer until 2012. She attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn where she majored in painting and illustration. Susie grew up between Venezuela and the United States, always going back and forth fluently between cultures. As a child, she was exposed to songs and traditions from both the United States and Latin America. To bring to life all the things she loved about her Latino culture she created Canticos and now kids of all ages can enjoy these nursery rhymes and songs! She lives in Brooklyn.