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The Hello Atlas: Download the free app to hear more than 100 different languages Hardcover – October 4, 2016
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K-Gr 4—This visually appealing atlas notes the many different languages that are spoken around the world. After being introduced to the topic continent ("Welcome to Europe"), readers are given a bit of background information on that region (e.g., romance languages) and are then taken on a linguistic journey through each country. Very basic expressions (greetings, salutations) are translated from English into the different languages. Although the enticing illustrations heavily feature children, they would likely also resonate with older readers. The book is accompanied by a free downloadable app that sonically explores the tongues presented. VERDICT Perfect for ELL classes and schools and any library in need of an easy-to-navigate title on world languages.—Elizabeth Anne Ragain, Springfield Public Schools, MO
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I was given this book from Wide Eyed Editions in exchange for an honest review.
I know what you may be thinking, a language book targeted for kiddos is a tricky thing because kids won’t know how to read or pronounce the phrases. Of course, there are english translations for each phrase and it is pretty interesting just to see what the different languages look like, but I see the problem. This book solves that! They created a free companion app just for this book that lets children hear phrases from around the world to make this book a more useful and complete experience. Brilliant huh?!
The illustrations in this book really are noteworthy as well. Each one shows a child of that culture “in their element” to give you just a tiny glimpse of what their world may look like. Finally, I love how this book is organized into different regions of the world and that there are atlases to show the geographical locations. This is a beautiful resource that children of so many different ages can enjoy. I know I enjoy it! *I was given this book in exchange for an honest opinion, which this is.
My six year old loves learning about the variety of names and phrases in different languages. Seeing them mapped out visually with geographical locations and pictures makes learning about languages fun and interesting for all ages!
This book is a must-have for language, geography, and art enthusiasts.