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How Do I Feel? / ¿Cómo me siento? (Good Beginnings) (Spanish Edition) (Spanish) Board book – August 15, 2001

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Product Details

  • Age Range: 1 - 3 years
  • Series: Good Beginnings
  • Board book: 8 pages
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; Brdbk Blg edition (August 15, 2001)
  • Language: Spanish
  • ISBN-10: 0618169318
  • ISBN-13: 978-0618169313
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.3 x 5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,315 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I am disappointed with the book because I thought it was going to be about feelings, as in emotions, but it only has two feelings- sad and happy. The rest are states of being- such as hot, cold, thirsty, hungry, sleepy and silly. Plus, the verb sentir is not really used in Spanish to express all those. For example to say "I feel hungry" would be better said "Tengo hambre" rather than "Me siento con hambre", same with "tengo frío", "tengo calor" and "tengo sueño". Silly is a toss up, not quite an emotion, more of an adjective to qualify someone's personality. oh, well... The translation is literal, and that does not work the majority of the time.

The book is also very small, with 8 words in it you are paying 50 cents per word, and the illustrations are not very exciting either. I'd say spend your money on another product.
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I was expecting there to be actual sentences in this book. There is one feeling per page in english and in spanish. It's fine if you just want to learn the words to some feelings, for that it's great. But, I could do that with a spanish dictionary. I wanted to read actual sentences to my daughter. It would better if it had "I feel..." Rather than just the one word. But again, if you just want to teach words of feelings, then it's good for that.
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I wouldn't buy this book because we don't say "Me siento con sed / hambre / etc" ... (Yes, technically, you CAN say it that way, but the idea is lost in translation. The book is trying to teach "I am thirsty / hungry / etc" but is using a form that would be better suited for a phrase something like "I have an incredible thirst"
We say "Tengo sed / hambre / etc" ...
Wow ... a book incorrectly teaching Spanish
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I use this book in my classes for students ages 4 all the way to 18. It's a great, and SIMPLE way to help them express themselves in Spanish! The older teens crack up as they use the phrases, but it's great because they're communicating in their target language, and the younger students all identify with the bright pictures and sturdy pages. They LOVE using the phrases from Como me siento!

If you want something to listen to and write in- a complete curriculum, try Flip Flop Spanish, which comes with a CD!

Sra. Gose
Author of Flip Flop Spanish: Ages 3-5: Level 1 & Flip Flop Spanish: Ages 3-5: Level 2
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I loved this book. It teaches little ones about feelings in English and Spanish. Is hard to find books in spanish to teach my little girl. We both loved it. It was a great buy.
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This simple book is a neat way to teach young children how to express themselves using feeling words. The pictures are bright and engaging. There is no story line, but that allows you to make up stories as you look at the pictures with your young children...
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We're trying to teach our daughter Spanish from an early age (she's 8 months), and reading stories to her each night. This book is pretty simplistic with two - four words per page ("sad, con triste") so it's over pretty fast. Perhaps for an older toddler who can interact a bit more and understand the meaning it would be suitable but it's not helpful right now.
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My twins like this book more than I do, so I'm giving it 3 stars rather than 2. It's very simple and the pictures are bright and colorful enough to hold a toddler's attention. I don't like the first picture representing "feliz" as I think it is misleading. It is a bird with notes coming out of his mouth- doesn't represent "happy" so much as "singing". Overall, it is a cute, simple, and very small book that seems to work for toddlers, but not any other age group.
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