Stephen Rabley

Stephen Rabley

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The eyes of montezuma
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April Fox is very excited when her dance company is invited to visit Moscow. April has a very busy time there, dancing and seeing as much of the city as possible, and getting to know Nicolai...

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The interesting, illustrated bilingual stories in Let’s Read! language-learning books are written for boys and girls who are independent readers in their own language. Titles in this series are available in both English-French and English-Spanish editions. While enjoying the original, varied, and exciting stories, young readers explore a second language, compare it with their own, and start out on a path toward fluency in their new language. Boys and girls soon discover that they don’t need to learn every single new word that they encounter in the second language. As unfamiliar words reappear in the story’s context, kids will pick up their meaning effortlessly, just as they pick up and understand new words in their own language. The parallel text, illustrations, and dialogue balloons on each page give kids a child-friendly bridge to reading and speaking in a second language. In this story, Danny lives in Borneo, where his Mom is the director of the orangutan reserve. He loves helping her and working with the animals, but the reserve is in danger. A lumber company hopes to take it over for commercial purposes—an action that will destroy the orangutans’ environment. Danny decides it’s up to him to do something about this new threat. With the help of his computer, he discovers how he can save the animals’ habitat....

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This new addition to BarronÂ’s popular LetÂ’s Read! language-learning books teaches kids a second language while entertaining them with an exciting adventure story. Each LetÂ’s Read! book is written in a bilingual format, which encourages kids who are independent readers in their own language to start learning a second language. Every two-page spread in this book presents a parallel text in Spanish and English on facing pages. This format encourages young readers to compare the words and sentences in both languages and start out on a path toward bilingual fluency. As they read, children discover that they donÂ’t need to learn every single new word that they encounter in the new language. Instead, they soon find themselves picking up meanings effortlessly by seeing the new words in the storyÂ’s context, just as they pick up and understand new words in their own language. The parallel text, illustrations, and dialogue balloons give kids a child-friendly bridge to reading and speaking in a new language....

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The interesting, illustrated bilingual stories in Let’s Read! language-learning books are written for boys and girls who are independent readers in their own language. Titles in this series are available in both English-French and English-Spanish editions. While enjoying the original, varied, and exciting stories, young readers explore a second language, compare it with their own, and start out on a path toward fluency in their new language. Boys and girls soon discover that they don’t need to learn every single new word that they encounter in the second language. As unfamiliar words reappear in the story’s context, kids will pick up their meaning effortlessly, just as they pick up and understand new words in their own language. The parallel text, illustrations, and dialogue balloons on each page give kids a child-friendly bridge to reading and speaking in a second language. In this story, Tom and Sophie are traveling by car with their parents, on their way to visit Grandpa. It’s a long trip, and to keep herself occupied, Sophie reads a book that recounts past cultures and events in many different lands. Tom pays no attention to her book. He’d rather stop somewhere along the highway and have lunch. When at last they arrive at Grandpa’s house, they find him busy at work on one of his many inventions. But this invention is truly unusual. It’s a miraculous time machine, capable of taking Tom and Sophie to a historic place she has been reading about....

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This new addition to BarronÂ’s popular LetÂ’s Read! language-learning books teaches kids a second language while entertaining them with an exciting adventure story. Each LetÂ’s Read! book is written in a bilingual format, which encourages kids who are independent readers in their own language to start learning a second language. Every two-page spread in this book presents a parallel text in French and English on facing pages. This format encourages young readers to compare the words and sentences in both languages and start out on a path toward bilingual fluency. As they read, children discover that they donÂ’t need to learn every single new word that they encounter in the new language. Instead, they soon find themselves picking up meanings effortlessly by seeing the new words in the storyÂ’s context, just as they pick up and understand new words in their own language. The parallel text, illustrations, and dialogue balloons give kids a child-friendly bridge to reading and speaking in a new language....

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The interesting, illustrated bilingual stories in Let’s Read! language-learning books are written for boys and girls who are independent readers in their own language. Titles in this series are available in both English-French and English-Spanish editions. While enjoying the original, varied, and exciting stories, young readers explore a second language, compare it with their own, and start out on a path toward fluency in their new language. Boys and girls soon discover that they don’t need to learn every single new word that they encounter in the second language. As unfamiliar words reappear in the story’s context, kids will pick up their meaning effortlessly, just as they pick up and understand new words in their own language. The parallel text, illustrations, and dialogue balloons on each page give kids a child-friendly bridge to reading and speaking in a second language. In this story, Tom and Sophie are traveling by car with their parents, on their way to visit Grandpa. It’s a long trip, and to keep herself occupied, Sophie reads a book that recounts past cultures and events in many different lands. Tom pays no attention to her book. He’d rather stop somewhere along the highway and have lunch. When at last they arrive at Grandpa’s house, they find him busy at work on one of his many inventions. But this invention is truly unusual. It’s a miraculous time machine, capable of taking Tom and Sophie to a historic place she has been reading about....

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