Flawless Recall: Memorizing Spanish Days Of The Week, For Students And Teachers by Alexander Van Berg
Flawless Recall: Memorizing Spanish Days Of The Week, For Students And Teachers has just been published, and this book is interesting. The paperback version is short, it’s $10, and it’s full color. It’s roughly 38 pages and mostly pictures, so you could almost call it a “picture book”, but it’s for all ages. In my opinion, it’s the sort of thing that’s perfect as a small gift for new students of Spanish – for Christmas or any other gift-giving occasion.
The book description probably has the best summary:
Flawless Recall: Memorizing Spanish Days Of The Week is a refreshing and highly effective take on a very old subject: English speakers memorizing the days of the week in Spanish.
Part educational and part mnemonic insight, part riddle and part whodunnit, part comical and part cautionary tale, part celestial and part sinister, and part quixotic and part horrifying, you will never look at Monday morning the same way again! Most importantly, once and for all, you will remember the days of the week in Spanish!
As a minor rest stop in the Flawless Recall series on the Spanish language, you will analyze the same simple story, forwards and back, several times over. Afterwards, your mind will thank you as it sinks its teeth into the extremely tractable content.
Memorization is involuntary once you read this short, easy, breezy, and unforgettable Flawless Recall book! You are now one step closer to conversational Spanish!
Right now the book is working its way to the different marketplaces.