Elizabeth Has An Adventure
By Lady Tad Flemming
Reviewed by Pat Percival
This is a children’s fantasy story about a young girl with time on her hands. Written and illustrated by Lady Flemming in both English and Spanish, it is an ideal gift for a child of any age, especially those between 4 and 12.
We live in a multilingual world and this charming story both entertains and educates children in their journey toward success in a bilingual culture.
This book would be a great gift to a grandchild in the United States or Canada or a Mexican child with whom you have a relationship here in Mexico.
I found myself fascinated with the story and wished I had had it to read when I was struggling to learn Spanish. Do yourself a favor and read this book!
Lady Flemming has graciously agreed to donate 25 pesos of each sale to Los Ninos de Chapala y Ajijic for their scholarship programs. The price is 125 pesos in soft cover or 200 pesos in hard cover.
The book is available at Smokee’s in the Plaza Bugambilias or through Los Ninos (contact their office at 765-7032)
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