These illustrated bilingual books are for bilingual children and others wishing to read a dual language text in English and Portuguese. For ease of understanding, the languages are displayed together mostly one or two sentences at a time and use everyday language of native speakers.
Bilingual Book in English and Portuguese: Frog – Sapo Learn Portuguese series book 1
This day our chatty plants find themselves on the grassy bank of a village pond. It is a fine day. They chat about a large and strange animal that caste a huge dark shadow as it lumbers past. The plants decide to call the animal ‘Frog’ and we shall see why, but are they right? Let’s see how they put their idea to the test and what trouble that causes them!
Bilingual Book in English and Portuguese: Pig – Porco Learn Portuguese series book 2
Today our chatty little plants look across a quiet square in the centre of a small town. They look up at a large and very long animal. What can it be? They have never seen an animal like this before. It is very funny! The plants decide to call the animal ‘Pig’ and we shall see why, but are they right? Let’s find out who has the last laugh!
Learn Portuguese series book 3
What would it be like to be stuck in a flowerpot? No school, no books and no television! How would you know what an elephant looks like? Basil, Rosemary and the Pansy sisters think they know all about animals, but when it comes to elephants they know nothing and that gets them into big, big trouble.
Learn Portuguese series book 4
Basil, Rosemary and the Pansy sisters are lively, chatty little plants. They think they know some stuff, but when it comes to porcupines, they know nothing. One wild assumption leads to another and gets them into big trouble.
Learn Portuguese series book 5
Today our chatty plants are at the zoo. They sit on a windowsill looking over a zebra crossing. There is lots to talk and laugh about. Then a big animal walks over the road towards them. The plants name the animal ‘Chameleon’. Can you guess why? Will they get into big trouble or have a lucky escape?