BABY | Books We Love 15 to 18 Months – Spanish/French

As I mentioned in my previous post, the last three months have been chock full of books at story time. We mostly read in English, but also read in Spanish (and our one French book too).

Here are the Spanish and French language books that she’s loving lately.

Ocho Elefantes Enormes

Ocho Elefantes Enormes

I picked up this book at a thrift store not knowing it would become one of my favorites to read. It’s an advanced level of Spanish for my daughter, but she has learned how to say “¡Oigan!” along with el ratón as he reels in los elefantes from making an even bigger mess.

La Semilla de Zanahoria

La Semilla de Zanahoria

Another golden thrift store find, this story is about a boy and his belief that his carrot seed will grow even though everyone in his world tells him it won’t. It’s a good lesson to share with your young ones and a good reminder for you, too! Easy to read with simple repetition.

100 Primeras Palabras

100 Primeras Palabras

The english version of this book is one of her favorites so it was an easy transition to the Spanish version. Plus, this book is a larger format and has some different words than the English version.

¿Dondé está Topito?

¿Dondé está Topito?

A little book with a lot of repetition and a silly mole who is hiding from his mama. A fun way to learn some new animals and phrases.

¡Me Gustan Los Colores!

¡Me Gustan Los Colores!

I particularly like this book because it teaches the primary colors and what happens with they are mixed. And, it’s about a dog, so it was basically a shoo-in.

Les couleurs

Les couleurs

A French book with vocabulary on the easy side for those of us who didn’t study French. Plus, there’s a duck and a banana on the same page which my daughter thinks is just wonderful.

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2 thoughts on “BABY | Books We Love 15 to 18 Months – Spanish/French

  1. Danielle says:

    Thanks for the comment Melissa! I’ll have more Spanish books in the next post, I’m sure. We just got a few new ones that I look forward to introducing to my daughter and sharing with the interwebs! 🙂

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