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Easy Spanish for Kids - cover

Easy Spanish for Kids

Jason Hill, Tony R. Smith

Publisher: Jason Hill

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Do you want to teach your child Spanish?  Learning Spanish for kids a fun colorful book will entertain your child or student.  Learning  Spanish can be cool  with this book. Children and parents can learn from this great tool.  Packed with fun facts, tips, and Spanish phrases, kids will be speaking Spanish fast.

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