The information is presented in a concise and easy to understand manner so that scholars and parents alike will find it useful and interesting.
The book explains in a very friendly way how language is acquired and the benefits as well as the misconceptions of children raised in bilingual environments.
For us it is very important that our child has the best of both cultures and that she grows up as an independent child that is able to express herself.
To be fair, I didn't read it to the end. I stopped in the first chapters, because the book seems to be trying to sell itself in the sense that it keeps reminding how great and... Read morePublished 13 months ago by fmcf
My husband and I were very motivated to raise our child bilingually, but I don't think motivation is necessarily enough: Strategy is important too. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jane of the Jungle
Thanks for a valuable resource for bilingual parents or teachers of bilingual families. It provides excellent information to readers. Good purchasePublished 15 months ago by Online Shopper
This is a easy to read, but its very basic. I was hoping for more tips, but it does help lay the groundwork.Published 16 months ago by Kelli Cadenas
There is some good advice, and very helpful case studies in this book. Unfortunately, the author spends too much time summarizing academic studies on the cognitive development of... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Greg G
Naomi Steiner's book was so much better but for different reasons. I felt like this book was a textbook. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Devan
I was hoping this book was a practical/hands on guide with advise on raising a bilingual child, but so far it just has a lot of info on cognitive development and academic studies. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Sandra R. Castro
This book is very easy to read even when busy with a kid. I finished it in two days, just by reading after putting my baby to sleep. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Hana Bauerova