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From an established writer, editor, and translator from Cuba, Uno Dos Tres is a journey that takes children from one adventure to another, and back home again, while learning Spanish! From school to the farm, and from playtime to bedtime, this book is a perfect introduction to the language for the youngest child. With a host of characters — people, animals, and birds — illustrating over 25 simple and well-known rhymes and songs, young children enjoy learning and speaking Spanish. The book also includes an audio CD — children are encouraged to repeat the phrases and sing along with the rhymes, as the CD lets them know how both should sound. The lively illustrations and amusing rhymes make learning a new language fun. A guide for parents translates more difficult phrases. Following the success of Un, Deux, Trois, Uno Dos Tres uses the same format and method to introduce young children to Spanish in a simple and accessible way.
Yanitzia Canetti, born in Havana, is an author, editor, and translator with a Bachelor's in Journalism, a Master's in Linguistics, and a Ph.D. in Literature. She has published over 30 books including novels, poetry, short stories, theatre, and children's literature. She has written fiction and non-fiction series, teachers' guides, and other educational materials for bilingual education. Fluent in Spanish, Italian, and English, she has translated over 100 books, mainly for young readers. Canetti has received many awards for her work. She lives in Boston, MA, and works as an editorial director and literary assessor. Patrice Aggs studied Fine Art at the City and Guilds Art School in London. She lives in Ashington, West Sussex, U.K.