Start learning a new language today!

Interactive books are great for learning languages. With Play to Learn - Spanish, we introduce you to the basics of the Spanish language. 

In this book you will start learning a new language in a fun and exciting new way. This book works great for both children and adults who would like to learn Spanish. The main focus is on vocabulary and learning the basic and most useful phrases. It is a beginner's book to Spanish so there are no pre-requisites, you do not have to know Spanish before you start using this book. You will learn useful words and phrases that will help you in common situations, like in the classroom, out shopping, at the airport, and in other common situations and places where it can be useful to express yourself in Spanish. 
One of the best features of this book is the rich media content. With classical language books, you are mainly limited to text and images, though some come with an additional cd with some sound. Our Play to Learn - Spanish book includes all this and so much more. Through text, images, videos, sound and animations you will come closer to the Spanish speaking world than ever before. Our goal is for the reader to learn a new language in a fun and interactive way. The multimedia features will improve the learning process. You will hear the language from natives and be able to hear yourself speak. The games and interactivity will make learning fun and enjoyable, and put you in relevant and challenging situations. Together the combination of multimedia and interactivity will give you a more complete and comprehensive learning experience. 
Soon you can buy it here for your favorite device:


Here are some of the features of this book:

  • Languages:
    • Text languages: English, French, Spanish, Norwegian ++
    • Spoken languages: English, French, Spanish, Norwegian ++

  • Contents:
    • 30 pages with beautiful illustrations
    • Background music and sounds
    • Narration
    • Games and activities
    • ...and a lot more!



Inspirational videomade by Ken Robinson.