Designed for adult learners seeking to acquire practical communication skills in Latin-American Spanish. This book is suitable for beginners or for those wishing to refresh or advance their knowledge. There is also a book/cassette pack available.
Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.
- Offers a wide range of learning opportunities from early reading and spelling to dictionary use- Foreign language editions include dictionaries and phonetic pronunciation guides; some have online pronunciation guides.
From the Author of Adopting A Toddler, Denise Hoppenhauer brings you Adopting a Daughter from China. Written for first time parents, the practical advice offered here combines the challenging aspects of parenthood, with personal experience and the unique needs of adoptive families.This easy to read, book covers every aspect of adopting from China: preparing the nursery, changing a name, the baby wardrobe, child development, selecting a pediatrician, child safety, feeding baby, the wait, packing for your trip, travel to China, early days together, pre and post-adoption resources, and more."Even better than the first, the combination of Denise's research and experience as an adoptive parent makes Adopting a Daughter from China, a must read for first time parents." Mary Mooney, Executive Director, Adoption Guides"Once again Denise provides practical, down-to-earth information for parents wishing to adopt, this time for those wanting a daughter from China. Her style is easy and enjoyable to read, her tips are excellent and her information well-researched." Anne R. Hughes, Executive Director, Beacon House Adoption Services, Inc.Denise Harris Hoppenhauer is the Author of Adopting A Toddler: What Size Shoes Does She Wear?. She is the Executive Director of Adobaby, LLC, Adoption Consultants and Dossier Assistance.The Author is donating 10% of her proceeds to organizations that aid orphaned children.