|Hola Amigos! vol 1, 2, & 3 Gentle introduction to Spanish
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|What, you don t speak Spanish? Well, Paco can certainly help you with this. Paco, the Chihuahua has exciting adventures with his human and animal friends.Volume I 2 Lessons: In his first adventure, we will meet Paco s sister Lupe and the Perez family. We will sing songs, go to a birthday party and learn about numbers with Pepe the Clown. And all the while, you ll see how quickly you have begun to speak Spanish with Paco! Volume II 2 Lessons: Mmmm. This adventure starts in Paco s favorite place, the kitchen. And then we have fun throughout the house, learning about letters and many other things. Then it s off to school to play instruments, show our pets, play soccer, and then, Yay!, to the beach with your new Spanish friends. Volume III 4 Lessons: Today is a great adventure. We re going to a farm to meet all the animals and sing some new songs. Then it s off to the city for shopping and eating in a restaurant. But the most fun comes with our trip to Monkey Island where we continue to learn Spanish and meet some wonderful new friends.
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