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15 books for parents and educators of bilingual children

15 books for parents and educators of bilingual children

Holidays are a great time for catching up on reading books! You probably have a long list that you would like to enjoy, but in case you are looking for something on bilingual children, I have prepared a list of books from my own library, which I can all warmly recommend. If you can’t find […]

Reading with the multicultural child [guest post]

Reading with the multicultural child [guest post]

It’s a great joy and honour to have Katey Howes join my blog as a guest today! Katey is a mom of three, children’s author and literacy advocate who blogs about raising kids who love to read at Kateywrites. Katey is a native English speaker who studied in Madrid, and now makes New Jersey her […]

6 principles for promoting language development through books [guest post]

6 principles for promoting language development through books [guest post]

I am delighted to have Marianna Du Bosq from Bilingual Avenue write today’s guest post about the importance of books in supporting children’s language development. Marianna has taught dual language learners for several years and is one of our Family Language Coaches. She runs a popular site for multilingual families where you can find lots of […]

23 reasons for children to read (bilingual or not)

23 reasons for children to read (bilingual or not)

Revisiting one of my favourite topics – love for books, and why reading is so beneficial to a child’s language (and general) development! 1 – Reading time is bonding time Sitting down to read to your son or daughter gives you the opportunity to bond with them in a very special way. In a bilingual […]