Escucha' Means Listen by Talia Aikens-Nunez

Monday, February 16, 2015

From the mowing of the lawn to the splish-splashing of rain puddles, Talia Aikens-Nuñez’s bilingual picture book Escucha Means Listen introduces toddlers and babies to the sweet sounds around them.

Welcome to the blog tour for Escucha Means Listen by Talia Aidens-Nuñez.  

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Title: Escucha Means Listen

Author Name: Talia Aidens-Nuñez

ISBN-13: 978-1-61937-590-1

Genre: Fairy Tales, Multicultural, Family, Grade School, Animals


Take a journey through the world—just listening. Escucha Means Listen helps children discover sounds around them in English and Spanish.



Buzz. Buzz. Qué oyes? (What do you hear?)

Las abejas (The bees) circling the flowers.

Woosh. Woosh. What do you hear?

El viento (The wind) is whistling by.

Shh. Shh. Qué oyes? (What do you hear?)

Las hojas (The leaves) are dancing on the trees.

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Musa ($.99) Escucha Means Listen

Amazon ($2.99) Escucha Means Listen



Talia Aikens-Nunez wanted to be a meteorologist, a politician and a lawyer. It was raising her bilingual children that inspired Talia to write multicultural children’s books. Her family loves nature so much that she and her husband vowed that they will always try to live close to water, so now they live on a river in Connecticut.

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Twitter: @Talia_N

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4 comments

  1. Thank you so much for hosting Talia and her children's book today!!

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  2. This looks like a cute and fun book to teach little children some spanish! My boyfriend his dad can speak spanish fluently, but my boyfriend himself only knows a few words and I can't speak any at all. I am really not good with languages, although I hope to master german one day.

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    1. I never had any spanish basics apart from the more frequently used words such as amigo and ola :P Likewise I would love to learn German too!

      Oh yes! I do agree with you, it's a great book for the kids and the cover art looked dashing!

      Thanks for stopping by Lola :D

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