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So delighted to work once again with my wonderful Spanish-language publisher Planeta, this time for the Well-Educated Mind! Huge thanks to translator Natalia Rodríguez Martín as well. (Translation is such an amazing art form.) Lovely to see these hot-off-the-press copies.

Also check out Planeta's History of the Ancient World, translated by the wonderful Vanesa Casanova!

www.planetadelibros.us/libro-historia-del-mundo-antiguo/382320
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So delighted to work once again with my wonderful Spanish-language publisher Planeta, this time for the Well-Educated Mind! Huge thanks to translator Natalia Rodríguez Martín as well. (Translation is such an amazing art form.) Lovely to see these hot-off-the-press copies.

Also check out Planetas History of the Ancient World, translated by the wonderful Vanesa Casanova!

https://www.planetadelibros.us/libro-historia-del-mundo-antiguo/382320

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Congratulations! That is awesome. Here is a question that came up this morning, just a tad off topic but I’m realizing you may know the answer. With other languages, in teaching children to read, are phonics and whole word learning the only two approaches?

That’s awesome! Slightly related question, have the Story of the World books been translated into Spanish? I’m planning to raise my kids bilingually and having our history books in both languages would be a huge help!

Honestly, I wish I could translate that one into Portuguese.

¡Felicidades!

Yo quiero uno!

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A new episode of our podcast is out today--all about history, and why teaching history matters in a day when you can simply look up facts on your phone. Susanna and I thoroughly enjoyed this conversation.

And if you missed it, have a listen to last week's "When Classics Curdle," when we talk about those books that were WONDERFUL when you were little, but now hit your ear just a little bit wrong.

Thanks to all who have subscribed and follow us.

welltrainedmind.com/the-well-trained-mind-podcast/
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I’ll have to look up the Classics Curdle episode. I’m a bit intrigued on that one. I’m hoping the “now hit your ear a bit wrong” isn’t because your ear was hit with a woke bat first.

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