Mantra Lingua

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Mantra Lingua
Type publisher
Headquarters London, England, UK
Website www.mantralingua.com

Mantra Lingua is a UK-based publishing house, publishing award-winning multi-lingual resources for children's literacy and science.[1]

Mantra Lingua, in association with the Royal National Institute of Blind People, developed The PenFriend, a device that allows blind people to attach and read audio labels on everyday objects.[2]

Mantra Lingua's Talking Phonics was the winner of the 2010 Educational Resource Awards (ERAs), Best Early Years Educational Resource with ICT.[3]

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