Translation & Editing Services
Bilingual Translation and editing services available for children's books, websites, marketing materials, flyers, business, and educational resources, etc.
Below you will see a list of some of my latest translation projects and collaborations.
Hi there, below you will see a list of some of my translation projects. If you would like to translate your book, marketing materials, website, educational materials, please contact me through here or on my social media channels Facebook or Instagram.
Daniel y el factor burrito by Kevin Horath
Toilet Tunnel”| “El túnel del inodoro by Alison Hinchey (Bilingual Book)
Serafina vuela by Alma Hammond
Abejita Feliz con Unicornio Jazz y Amigos by Lisa Caprelli
R ES PARA RESPIRAR: El abecedario para manejar los sentimientos irritables y frustrantes by Melissa Munro Boyd
Mi corona rizada by Darcel Craft
El Ninja Ansioso by Mary Nhin
El Ninja Enmascarado by Mary Nhin
El cabello maravilloso de Lani Rae by Yesenia Rodriguez
El Doctor Adam y el virus by Hazem Nassar
Rosalía la hondureña-americana by Christine Osoria
El dinero perdido by Okeoma Moronu Schreiner
Oh, lo que puedo ser cuando me veo by Valerie J. Lewis Coleman
Unicornio Jazz by Lisa Caprelli
Don Quixote | Don Quijote by Sophie Raquin (Bilingual Book)
Don Quijote by Sophie Raquin
El pequeño labrador: Día de recoger a los cachorros by April Cox
Carmen color de la belleza by Book Prunelle
Natalia Sepúlveda is a bilingualism advocate, Spanish translator and editor, and children’s book author. She holds a master’s in Spanish and a certificate in translation and interpretation. Through her research and passion for education she believes in the benefits of raising children bilingual. She can help translate educational materials in Spanish and English such as: curriculum guides, children’s books, games, activities, websites, and much more.
"Are you looking to have your book or project translated? I can translate books, flyers, educational resources, websites, etc."
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Based on the 2018 U.S. Census, the Hispanic population constituted to 18.3% of the nation’s total population, 59.9 million making people of Hispanic origin to be the largest ethnic or racial minority. According to a 2015 report by Instituto Cervantes, the United States has the second concentration of Spanish speakers in the world, after Mexico. Therefore, bilingualism is an asset for both to individuals and to society. Bilingual education can help promote bilingualism for English speakers and for students who come from non-English backgrounds. Bilingualism can be linked to a number of positive outcomes such as: delays the onset of Alzheimer’s disease (Research from Washington State University), decreased of probability of dropping out of high school, increased probability of obtaining a higher status job and higher annual earning, can have positive effects on inter-group relationships, identity and self-esteem, as mentioned in an article by the Stanford University Professor Claude Goldenberg.