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Let's Go to the Farm (bilingual)
Let's Go to the Farm Bilingual Board Book for Preschool in English with Bulgarian, Romanian and more.
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Product Code: FARM2

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Let's Go to the Farm (Bilingual Board Book)
By Kate Clynes
Illustrated by Fiona Rose
This new board book helps children explore the area they live in while supporting language development.

The bold illustrations show the people and animals they meet, and objects that they will see and hear. The simple text is just right for young readers who are starting to recognize words. The book promotes simple conversations with young children.

This book is ideal to use with the PENpal Audio Recorder Pen (sold separately) as children can use the PENpal to tap around to hear the sounds! (Note: All language editions sold at Language Lizard can be used with PENpal.)


In English with:
Arabic, Bulgarian, Chinese-Simplified, Chinese-Traditional, Czech, Farsi, French, Hungarian, Italian, Kurdish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Panjabi, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovakian, Somali, Spanish, Turkish, Urdu.

Ages: 0-4 Board Book
Dimensions:8.3w x 10.8h inches



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3 of 5 December 2, 2019
Reviewer: Addison Armstrong from Boca Raton, FL United States  


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5 of 5 Farm Keywords October 27, 2019
Reviewer: Miranda Nunes from Ooltewah, TN United States  
After you read the story, at the back of the book, there is a bilingual list of farm items you see throughout the book in the illustrations. For example, the word scarecrow doesn't show up in the story, but it is in draw into the picture on a page.

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