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Experts Tell Us the Best Spanish Children’s Books

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Spanish Children’s Books. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

El malvado zorro feroz by Benjamin Renner

This product was recommended by Beatriz Garcia from Clan Kitchen

Without a doubt, my favorite Spanish children’s book is El Malvado Zorro Feroz. It has a nice moral to it, beautiful pictures, and is easy enough to understand. Yet that’s not the reason I love it. It’s my favorite because it had my son in stitches every time he read it. And he kept going back to read it, time after time. It’s a great book to motivate children with some knowledge of Spanish to actually go and read.

The Three Little Pigs Los Tres Cerditos Bilingual Storybook

This product was recommended by Mo Mulla from Parental Questions

This book tells the story of The Three Little Pigs in both English and Spanish. This bilingual children’s book is beneficial for parents who want to learn a second language while reading a familiar storybook tale. The author herself has translated the Spanish version so that you won’t find better quality than this bilingual kids’ bestseller! This book also has beautiful illustrations that accompany each page, which helps enhance the learning experience for young readers.

Cousins Forever – Primas para siempre by Elisavet Arkolaki

This product was recommended by Stephen Curry from Coco Sign

It is a high-quality bilingual children’s story in English and Spanish and also a perfect book for bilingual kids and families. Author of this book has beautifully illustrated and written this, which attracts everyone. Also, it captures the bonded relationship that cousins share. If one of the two families move abroad, two cousins talk regularly about different seasons, games, friends, and outdoor activities via video chat. After reading this children will be motivated to express themselves via art.

Qué cosas dice mi abuela by Ana Galán

This product was recommended by Beth McCarter from The Travel Fam

When choosing a Spanish book for your children, it’s important to find one that was written originally in that language, not just a translation of an English book. Qué Cosas Dice mi Abuela is a celebration of family and Spanish idioms that is both heart-warming and educational.

Yefferson, Actually/En Realidad es Yefferson by Katherine Trejo

This product was recommended by Beth McCarter from The Travel Fam

In this beautifully illustrated picture book, the protagonist goes throughout life having his name constantly mispronounced. He learns that while it’s not easy to correct people, especially his teacher, it’s important to stand up for yourself.

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