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DeCuentos Story Videos App in Spanish

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DeCuentos is an app unlike any I have seen before. Rather than being a typical storybook app where kids can interact with animated characters and scenes, DeCuentos brings traditional storytime into the virtual world. It includes a long list of videos of various native Spanish speakers reading children’s books aloud. I especially like that the stories the developers chose are a mix of classic tales — think Caperucita Roja and Cinco Monitos — and contemporary stories, some of which I had never heard beforeRead More ...

Video of the Week: Romeo Santos and Elmo Sing “Quiero Ser Tu Amigo”

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We’ve been giving mucho amor to Sesame Street this week because they’ve been giving el español y nuestra cultura mucho amor también! Not only did the Sesame Street Workshop just launch a few Sesame Street books in Spanish on iBooks this week, introduced Mando this month and also a new Twitter account en español, now we found out that this Thursday, October 10th Romeo Santos will be singing “Quiero Ser Tu Amigo” with Elmo on Sesame Street! Check it out hereRead More ...

Find Sesame Street Books in Spanish on the iBooks Store

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You know we always want to keep you up-to-date when it comes to our favorite companies launching products in Spanish, and here’s a great one! Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization, today announced the launch of Sesame Street books on the iBooks Store. A collection of more than 60 Sesame Street books is available for the first time to iBooks users in 51 countries. The range of Sesame Street books includes fan favorites and classics such as The Monster atRead More ...

Baby Names That Work in English and Spanish

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Huggies. All opinions and stories are all own. One of the first things expecting couples do is write down a list of baby names that could be the perfect fit for the little being that is about to join their lives. For some. it’s as easy as continuing along the tradition of passing down either their own names or that of a cherished family member. For others it’s about being unique and/or finding namesRead More ...

What Does ‘Inspire Care’ Mean to You? {Video}

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Johnson & Johnson. All opinions and stories are our own. A few weeks ago I headed out to New York City for my annual trek to the Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) conference. It’s one of the musts in my book because I get to meet some amazing people for the first time and catch up with so many that have now become friends and an essential part of what I do on SpanglishBabyRead More ...

Chicken Sandwich Peruvian Style

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One of the things I miss the most about my native country is its delectable cuisine. I’m no chef, but because I want my children to experience the flavors of Peru, I do my best to cook traditional dishes as often as possible. Some times that’s hard to do because not all the ingredients for the more complicated dishes are readily available where I live, that’s why I’m always looking to make the simpler recipes. This usually means trying toRead More ...

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