Young readers can begin to learn Serbo-Croatian, Swahili, Vietnamese, and eight other languages from around the world, because Charlotte Pomerantz deftly intersperses English with one other language in each of eleven different poems. The meaning of new words is absolutely clear through context or comparison. With bold, colorful illustrations. "A remarkable achievement."Parents Magazine.
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|Age Range:||4 - 6 Years|
About the Author
Charlotte Pomerantz was born in New York City, where she still lives. Among her many popular books for children are Mangaboom, illustrated by Anita Lobel; Here Comes Henny (based on the wordplay of James Joyce), illustrated by Nancy Winslow Parker; Halfway to Your House, illustrated by Gabrielle Vincent; Flap Your Wings and Try and All Asleep, illustrated by Nancy Tafuri; and Posy, illustrated by Catherine Stock (a Christopher Award book).
Nancy Tafuri's acclaimed picture books for the youngest child include the Caldecott Honor Book Have You Seen My Duckling?; Spots, Feathers, and Curly Tails; I love you, Little One; and In the Snow, written by Sharon Phillips Denslow. She lives with her family in Roxbury, Connecticut.