lonely-planetI recently read that over 410 million people in the world speak Spanish as their native language. There have been many times in my travels, even in California, that I’ve wished I spoke Spanish. I know my son Jack is too young to learn Spanish or even English (he’s only four-months old) but you can bet in a few months we will be getting him Lonely Planet’s “First Words: Spanish” book.

This book helps young children unlock the Spanish language while traveling. It’s beautifully illustrated and perfect for an introduction to the Spanish language. Heck, you can even, as Amazon says, “use it to get the whole family prepared for and excited about an upcoming trip by learning 100 travel-relevant Spanish words – from food and transport, to animals, weather and amenities. Each double page features one word with a simple pronunciation guide paired with a bold, fun illustration to give the word a context that will make remembering the new vocabulary that much easier and fun.”

Grab it: Grab Lonely Planet‘s “First Words: Spanish” on Amazon from $12.99.

Johnny Jet
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