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« on: March 07, 2013, 09:07:47 AM »
Where is the best choice to look for baby's First books? Daughter in law wants me to get some spanish ones for her daughter to start looking at. Baby shops, or general newsagents do you think?  Looking forward to getting some as I can start to refresh my own Spanish at the same time!!   :D
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Re: Baby books
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2013, 12:11:58 PM »
Where is the best choice to look for baby's First books? Daughter in law wants me to get some spanish ones for her daughter to start looking at. Baby shops, or general newsagents do you think?  Looking forward to getting some as I can start to refresh my own Spanish at the same time!!   :D

We got a stack from the charity shop in PP - may have cleaned them out as we wanted for English students just starting Spanish lessons in UK. The book shop in the old town (up near foot of the steps, on the corner - if that helps) had quite a few as well but they were, obviously, quite a bit more expensive.
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« Reply #2 on: March 07, 2013, 16:29:56 PM »
I dont think I will want student level for a 6 month baby flyer, but thanks for the shop advice, I will take a look when out in a couple of months.  Charity shop may be worth a look, I hadn't remembered that!  ::)
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Re: Baby books
« Reply #3 on: March 07, 2013, 19:22:52 PM »
Where is the best choice to look for baby's First books? Daughter in law wants me to get some spanish ones for her daughter to start looking at. Baby shops, or general newsagents do you think?  Looking forward to getting some as I can start to refresh my own Spanish at the same time!!   :D

 Bloody Hell , Bella

 You're not turning into a "Tiger " GrandMom are you ??

 Have a look in the newsagents in the Formentor Rd , if I recall they have a few very junior kiddies books where she might pick up the odd Spanish phrase like Senor Noddy va paseo !!!!

 Suggest she cracks Grieg's Piano Concerto first before looking at the Spanish lingo !!!!

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Re: Baby books
« Reply #4 on: March 07, 2013, 19:42:36 PM »
I dont think I will want student level for a 6 month baby flyer, but thanks for the shop advice, I will take a look when out in a couple of months.  Charity shop may be worth a look, I hadn't remembered that!  ::)

You obviously do not realise the intelligence level of (some) 7 year olds! They are struggling with some of the stuff we bought back - no words just pictures  ::)
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Re: Baby books
« Reply #5 on: March 07, 2013, 21:35:34 PM »
 ;D  Thanks BL. Tiger, eh! Now whats the spanish for that one then to get us started?

Will definitely need the words under the pictures flyer, not quite the same if I say "este es un hungry caterpiller" in my  best spanish accent is it!  ::)
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Re: Baby books
« Reply #6 on: June 11, 2013, 11:09:52 AM »
Only found one suitable one in the newsagents opposite the Chinese restaurant. Surprised I couldn't pick up more, although to be fair, we just didnt have the time to scout around. Hopefully next visit!  :)
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