New Year, New Goals, New Languages

Is learning a new language part of your New Year’s Resolution? If you are still working on this goal, congrats, you made it through the hardest days and even past Ditch the Resolution Day! If you haven’t started yet, we have some new languages to test your skills.

This year we are helping new language learners expand their horizons with Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Indonesian, Portuguese, French, and German. It’s amazing how much you learn while enjoying a picture book. This is extremely exciting for our little company, and we hope these books will help language learners of all ages.

As a high-school student, I experienced this first hand. My French teacher assigned a book report on a classic French children’s story – we groaned in unison. But we had a choice, and I knew Le Petit Prince would be perfect for me. I had never read it.

The reading was definitely a challenge, so the dictionary stayed by my side as I slowly made the way through the book. I loved it! We each presented our book report to the class in what I am sure was a cringe-worthy pronunciation of the French language, but the enthusiasm shined as each student talked about the merits of their book.

Since then, I have revisited the book in French and English. It is still a great story at any age.

So now, I am pretty proud to share with you our expanded library of great stories in many different languages. You can explore the Rainforest in Portuguese, Spanish, and English or push and pull with Newton and Me in Arabic, Spanish, French, and English of course.

This month you can read Animals are Sleeping in English, Spanish and Chinese. It is our free ebook of the month! While so many of the new languages are available in our incredible ebooks. We have just received many of these books in print! Check out our website to find the perfect read in your new language.

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