Bilingual book of fun!
Fun Fact: In 1976, Eric's son Christopher was born. Eric was inspired to create a story of a puppy incorporating a flap design, after noticing Christopher's fascination with lifting paper flaps.
A series that appeals to the little ones! Adorable illustrations and interactive elements make these books irresistible to little ones.
Join Spot and his friends on their adventures round the year, and learn about a myriad of topics together.
Check out https://www.funwithspot.com/fun-and-games for Spot colouring sheets and extension activities!
Recommended for Ages: 0-6
Format: Softcover with flaps
Language: Simplified Chinese and English, Bilingual
Author: （英）艾力克•希尔 Eric Hill
Translated from: English
Translated by: 彭懿
My child of 3 years has always loved the English Spot the dog series and this bilingual book set is a great way to get her interested and open to reading in Mandarin as she much prefers English at this point. Since the first book, the second one has been an incentive (an alternative instead of a sweet treat (; ), and I'm so thankful that I have 16 more such educational treats to share with her!
Would have given this 5 stars if not for the peculiar structure of some of the sentences (both English and Mandarin) but we can can easily read over it, unless one is teaching reading with these books, so this is something to note if one is very particular about sentence structure. The illustrations are great and the level of the Mandarin is perfect for English-speaking parents who would otherwise need their hanyu pinyin to read to their kids.
Thanks for making this easily available in Singapore, so delivery was very fast and the item is value for money too!
小玻系列翻翻书 Spot The Dog Flip Flap Book Series (Set of 18)
My 2yo daughter loves these Spot the dog books and insists on reading them everyday. Like the bilingual English and Mandarin format, which is very simple to read. Some of the English-Mandarin sentences are a little awkward in structure/ translation but not that is too much of a concern.
Could you consider bringing in other bilingual series books such as Peppa Pig?