When I don’t have a lot of time, yet still want to fit in a little Spanish, I read a children’s book. I can finish them quickly, learn a few concepts and feel a sense of accomplishment. Plus, children’s books are repetitive so I often embed a new phrase or saying in my verbal tackle box.

I will talk about my experiences with children’s books later, but for now I wanted to share how they help me keep the ball (Spanish) in play when life is a blur.

You can read Bakari’s books MUSCLE: EL InicioSpanish Conversations, Real Spanish and Spanish Small Talk on Amazon.


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