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About: Ana Flores

Ana L. Flores is co-founder of SpanglishBaby and co-author of the book, "Bilingual is Better." A bicultural and bilingual mom who is committed to holding on to her heritage, for over 15 years she's been dedicated to creating content by and for Latinos in the U.S. and in Latin America. Now, through and, her boutique agency connecting brands to Latina bloggers, she is living her dream of being a self-motivated entrepreneur and sharing the stories and resources which matter the most to her. Su casa is now in L.A. where family traditions from Mexico, El Salvador, the Netherlands and the U.S. are dearly embraced...en español.

Twitter: @laflowers

Global Wonders::Mexico

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This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to our winner-Jessica!! I have to admit I’ve been using my daughter as a guinea pig for the past weeks. Hey, she’s not complaining! She’s been entertained with some cool videos, books and CDs, all while learning new Spanish words and bits about her native roots. Currently on permanent rotation in our DVD player is the Global Wonders: Mexico DVD.  Have you seen or heard of them? You should. They are a new brandRead More ...

Bilingual Fun: Spanish for Children DVD Series

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The Bilingual Fun Company was created with the purpose of exposing young children to the Spanish language. Mark and Jennifer Manriquez use their knowledge and experience both as educators and as bilingual parents to create these videos with music, chants, movement and basic activities that make learning Spanish fun. ...

Handstand Kids Mexican Cookbook

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Roxana first found this cookbook when she wrote about new bilingual toys for 2009. We were instantly fascinated by the genius idea of creating a set of multicultural cookbooks with the aim of teaching children about different countries' customs and languages via food. That just seemed so correctly in tune with our mission to raise bilingual and bicultural children through fun and meaningful activities. We've written several posts under the category of The Culture of Food because we truly believe that our traditional foods are one of the easiest and tastiest ways to connect our children with our roots, as well as an excellent way to open them to other cultures. I set out on a mission to get my hands on a copy of the Handstand Kids Mexican Cookbook to use for my own family and to review for you. Lucky me, the Handstand ladies found us first! ...

Bilingual Summer Fun Week of Giveaways!!

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This is just a tiny tease to let you in on the news of a week full of surprises that we’re kicking off this Monday, June 29th. We’d love to bring a bit of bilingual joy to your summer months, so we’ve gathered some of our favorite products created specifically with bi-cultural children in mind. They have all happily agreed to participate in our week-long giveaway festivities and give you many chances to win some very cool premios. Make sureRead More ...

Alina Rosario-Los Niños en su Casa + Her Bilingual Family

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Several weeks ago I was invited to visit the set of the PBS series Los Niños en su Casa which is produced in Los Angeles (actually five minutes from my house!). As a blogger you get invitations to events that are not always relevant to what you write about.  You attend most because it’s a good way to network and meet other bloggers. We don’t write about them all because we want to maintain the trust you have given usRead More ...

Video of the Week||Topo Gigio

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What a nostalgic trip down memory lane with Topo Gigio!  How many of you remember watching him as a kid?  Surely if you grew up in Latin America, Italy, the US, Japan or any of the many countries where Topo Gigio was adored you’ve at one point been fascinated by this little mouse. We can thank the Italians for creating such a lovable character more than four decades ago.  Some countries still air his shows, but you can for sureRead More ...

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