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Learn to Read Spanish with BookLingual




I am so excited I’ve had the opportunity to check out the new Booklingual series! Last fall, we started Jorryn in Spanish classes with his home school co-op, but we haven’t been too pleased with the results. All he has learned are vocabulary words with no practical application. So when I had the chance to try out the BookLingual series, I jumped at it and I am so glad I did! I think it’s important to be bilingual these days — it can help you in the job market or on a mission trip. Plus, learning a new language is so much easier when you’re little!


What is BookLingual?



Developed by Michael Hodge, BookLingual books are designed to teach Spanish to kids ages 2-10, although I admit, even I enjoyed them! šŸ™‚ They are beautiful, full color books that you can read on your computer, tablet, iPad or iPhone. They are an amazing and easy way to learn Spanish. Right now, the first 100 people can pre-order the book for $32 which is $1 per book! I think it’s well worth it! You can check out BookLingual’s website {coming soon!} and BookLingual on Facebook. The full system will be available for purchase starting March 18.



What Did We Think of BookLingual?

Here’s Jorryn reading Bilingual Benny Likes Too Much.


We loved it! We received six titles to try. I liked that the books had great colors and the pronunciations under the Spanish words, since we didn’t know all of them. The books are also bilingual so you can read the English first and then the Spanish while you’re getting used to them. Jorryn enjoyed reading the story and Zane enjoyed listening, too. Jorryn especially liked playing the memory games at the end of each book. I really liked that these books offer a practical application and not just vocab words. Jorryn was able to read whole sentences instead of just learning one word at a time. He also got a chuckle out of the stories! I’m looking forward to continuing to use these books. I would highly recommend BookLingual to anyone looking for a great way to incorporate some Spanish in their family in a natural and easy way.

Enter to WIN Your Own BookLingual Set!

One lucky reader will WIN the six titles we received: Bilingual Benny Likes Too Much, Bree & the Bee Can’t Share, Come to the Zoo!, Oh No, Iā€™m Sick!, Grandma Cooks a Grand Dinner, Can You Guess What I Am? plus the Parent’s Super Quick Guide to Spanish.

This giveaway is for ages 18+ in the US.

The giveaway will run until 1159pm EST on March 14, 2013.

Good Luck!

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  1. Laura Hemingway

    Yes! And we really want our little girl to learn Spanish!

    1. couponswithq.com

      Good luck, Laura! Maybe our kiddos can have some conversations together šŸ˜‰

  2. Suzie Williams

    I took Spanish 1 in college and barely passed it. I did not do well. This would be cool for my kids though because their father’s side of the family is from Mexico and many of their grandparents speak little English.

    1. couponswithq.com

      My husband is Mexican as well, Suzie. He minored in Spanish in college, but since he doesn’t speak it everyday anymore, he’s not as fluent as he used to be. I know using these books will help the boys and I learn more and be able to use it! šŸ™‚

  3. michelle oakley warner

    i tried to learn online but just gave up, then i forgot about it until now

  4. Naomi

    We’ve done Spanish online before. Some of it stuck, and some of it didn’t.

  5. Naila Moon

    Yes, I have tried before and did not do well.
    I was going to take in college but had to drop.
    Let’s do this again!

  6. Katie Roch

    Yes, I’m actually currently taking a Spanish class in college.

  7. Nikki

    I took Spanish in high school. I still remember a little but not enough to be fluent.

  8. Magdalena Rangel-Berrum

    Yes, my three older children only understand Spanish but my youngest child is fluent in speaking Spanish and understands the language very well.

  9. april yedinak

    I took Spanish in high school and I have been trying to teach it to my kids.

  10. kim burnett

    Yes, I have tried before but only picked up a few words

  11. Lynne

    Yes! I took two years in high school and two years in college. I am now brushing up, because our church is working with a Hispanic population in our neighborhood ~ fun stuff!

  12. shawna

    Yes, when I was in High School.

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