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With the help of this book, we hope more children (and adults) will soon be a part of the more than one billion people worldwide that speak Chinese!

Author: Faye-Lynn Wu

Publisher: Tuttle Pub

ISBN: 0804843678

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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My First Book of Chinese Words is a beautifully illustrated book that introduces young children to Chinese language and culture through everyday words. The words profiled in this book are all commonly used in the Chinese language and are both informative and fun for English-speaking children to learn. The goals of My First Book of Chinese Words are multiple: to familiarize children with the sounds and structure of Chinese speech; to introduce core elements of Chinese culture; to illustrate the ways in which languages differ in their treatment of everyday sounds; and to show how, through cultural importation, a single word can be shared between languages. Both teachers and parents will welcome the bookÆs cultural and linguistic notes, and appreciate how the book is organized in a familiar ABC structure. Each word is presented in Chinese characters (both Simplified and Traditional), as well as in Romanized form (Pinyin). With the help of this book, we hope more children (and adults) will soon be a part of the more than one billion people worldwide that speak Chinese!
2013-02-12 By Faye-Lynn Wu

"Simple text paired with themed photos invite the reader to learn to speak Mandarin Chinese"--Provided by publisher.

Author: Katy R. Kudela

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 9781429632973

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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"Simple text paired with themed photos invite the reader to learn to speak Mandarin Chinese"--Provided by publisher.
2009-07-01 By Katy R. Kudela

Learning Mandarin Chinese requires a command over a vast amount of Chinese words. This book provides a variety of basic and elementary Chinese words in one single volume.

Author: Sk Mishra

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1079881808

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Learning Mandarin Chinese requires a command over a vast amount of Chinese words. This book provides a variety of basic and elementary Chinese words in one single volume. In order to master Chinese "reading and comprehension" fast, the words have been meticulously organized into different word-sets. For example, the set 高 (gāo, tall/high) includes related words such as 高兴 (gāo xìng, Happy), 高贵 (gāo guì, Noble), 高地 (gāo dì, Highland), 高速 (gāo sù, High speed), 高档 (gāo dàng, High quality), 高校 (gāo xiào, College/university), 高手 (gāo shǒu, Expert), etc. The book includes- 1. More than 1500 Chinese words organized in over 40 Chapters; 2. Word-sets in tabular forms meticulously grouped by related common themes; 3. Pinyin and associated meanings for each of the words; 4. Common words and phrases for "dating and relationship" in Chinese context; 5. Important WeChat dating phrases; 6. Description of naming conventions of Chinese food. Apart from a strong emphasis on character grouping and usage, the examples are provided in simplified Chinese character forms with meaning and romanization (Pinyin). The book is useful for all types of Chinese learners, including the beginners, advanced, HSK (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6), etc.
2019-07-11 By Sk Mishra

How do you say hello in Mandarin? Explore the pages of this Mandarin Chinese English picture dictionary to learn new words and phrases. Colorful photographs and simple labels make learning Mandarin fun.

Author: Katy R. Kudela

Publisher:

ISBN: 1474706940

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Kids have the ability to learn new languages rapidly. This inviting set makes it more fun! Each themed spread features a large, scenesetting photo, providing context for the translated words. These books make excellent introductions to Hindi and Mandarin Chinese.
2016-06 By Katy R. Kudela

She serves on the board oF a Chinese language school and teaches Mandarin. She is the author 0F Chinese and English Nursery Rhymes (Tuttle Publishing 2010).

Author: Faye-Lynn Wu

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462911837

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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My First Book of Chinese Words introduces young children to basic words and concepts in the Chinese language through colorful rhymes and beautiful imagery. It is a book that parents and young children will enjoy reading together. The Chinese words in the book are all common, everyday items, and the rhymes are informative and fun for children. The goal of My First Book of Chinese Words is to familiarize children with the basic sounds and written characters of Chinese, to introduce core concepts of Chinese culture and to illustrate the ways in which Chinese sounds differ from English ones. Teachers and parents will welcome the cultural notes at the back of the book and appreciate how the book is organized using a familiar ABC structure. Each word is presented in Chinese characters (both Simplified and Traditional) as well as Romanized Pinyin for easy pronunciation. With the help of this book, we hope more children (and adults) will soon join the more than one billion people worldwide who speak Chinese!
2013-02-12 By Faye-Lynn Wu

Kids will love it. Presented in a large-type, easy-to-read format. Great birthday gift, Christmas, Easter or any occasion. Let this book be the first Chinese lessons for kids. I hope you and your kids will love this Chinese baby book.

Author: Wei Ling

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ISBN: 1070468681

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This is the best way to learn Mandarin Chinese for kids by English, Mandarin Chinese words and Pictures.Learn Mandarin for Kids: Basic Chinese Words For Kids - Bilingual Mandarin Chinese English Book / My First Chinese Words - Learn Mandarin Chinese - With simple designs on each page will help your children learn basic Chinese words. Great way to learn Mandarin for kids - They will learn both English and Chinese at the same time. This is Bilingual Mandarin Chinese English Children's Book that I highly recommend. Plenty of Chinese alphabet for kids inside book - There are many photo and cartoon picture inside. Your kids will learn not the only words. They will also learn by the photo for each word. It's the easiest way to learn a new language. Your children will love this learn Mandarin Chinese for kids. We provide basic Chinese words group by category that suitable for beginners. It's not only kids but this book is for everyone who wants to start learning Mandarin Chinese. ## Subject ## - Alphabet - Shape - Color - Number - Birthday - Body - Vehicle - Animal - Food - Toy and Game - Music - Container Colorful pictures & design look attractive. Kids will love it. Presented in a large-type, easy-to-read format. Great birthday gift, Christmas, Easter or any occasion. Let this book be the first Chinese lessons for kids. I hope you and your kids will love this Chinese baby book.
2019-05-27 By Wei Ling

The common part they share is called ‘RADICAL’. This is an introduction to 39 FREQUENTLY-USED RADICALS. Learn to ‘guess’ the meaning of words with these radicals See the part order of Chinese words through COLOURS.

Author: W.Q. Blosh

Publisher: qBLOSH

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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New Way to Learn Chinese VISUALLY! Created for toddlers, students learning Chinese as a second or foreign language. Also suitable for adults young at heart! Explained in English so parents who do not speak Mandarin can also guide their children. The tenth book in the Foundation Series, developed to help learners develop visual skills to decode Chinese characters without writing Chinese words that share common parts may be related in their meanings (e.g. many animal names share the same part). The common part they share is called ‘RADICAL’. This is an introduction to 39 FREQUENTLY-USED RADICALS. Learn to ‘guess’ the meaning of words with these radicals See the part order of Chinese words through COLOURS. LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY (FOUNDATION SERIES) BOOK 1: MEET THE STROKES IN CHINESE CHARACTERS BOOK 2: COUNT IN CHINESE AND ENGLISH BOOK 3: MEET THE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 4: 32 TEAMS OF CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 5: MORE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 6: MY FIRST WORDS BOOK 7: HOW TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 8: MORE WAYS TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 9: UNIQUE WAYS TO 'SPELL' CHINESE WORDS BOOK 10: HOW TO GUESS THE MEANING OF CHINESE WORDS
2020-04-25 By W.Q. Blosh

LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY (FOUNDATION SERIES) BOOK 1: MEET THE STROKES IN CHINESE CHARACTERS BOOK 2: COUNT IN CHINESE AND ENGLISH BOOK 3: MEET THE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 4: 32 TEAMS OF CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 5: MORE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 6: ...

Author: W.Q. Blosh

Publisher: qBLOSH

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 25

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New Way to Learn Chinese VISUALLY! Created for toddlers, students learning Chinese as a second or foreign language. Also suitable for adults young at heart! Explained in English so parents who do not speak Mandarin can also guide their children. The sixth book in the Foundation Series, developed to help learners develop visual skills to decode Chinese characters without writing Learn Chinese Alphabets that are also Chinese characters (that is they have meanings and sounds) Note most Chinese Alphabets are NOT Chinese characters by themselves. They have to combine with other Chinese Alphabets or strokes to form characters. These simple characters have a minimum of 2 strokes and a maximum of 6 strokes. Their meanings can be easily understood from the pictures shown. They are often the First Words introduced to learners. No writing, just trace the strokes from head to tail with your finger according to the colour code to learn the order the strokes have to be written. LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY (FOUNDATION SERIES) BOOK 1: MEET THE STROKES IN CHINESE CHARACTERS BOOK 2: COUNT IN CHINESE AND ENGLISH BOOK 3: MEET THE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 4: 32 TEAMS OF CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 5: MORE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 6: MY FIRST WORDS BOOK 7: HOW TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 8: MORE WAYS TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 9: UNIQUE WAYS TO 'SPELL' CHINESE WORDS BOOK 10: HOW TO GUESS THE MEANING OF CHINESE WORDS

Learn how to form Chinese characters easily using simple rules, bond points and cross points Apply content learned in Book 1 (Strokes), Books 4 and 5 (Alphabets) in Books 7, 8 and 9 (Spelling Chinese Words) LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY ...

Author: W.Q. Blosh

Publisher: qBLOSH

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 31

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New Way to Learn Chinese VISUALLY! Created for toddlers, students learning Chinese as a second or foreign language. Also suitable for adults young at heart! Explained in English so parents who do not speak Mandarin can also guide their children. The ninth book in the Foundation Series, developed to help learners develop visual skills to decode Chinese characters without writing Learn how to 'spell' Chinese characters with unqiue 'spelling', that is the parts (alphabets and strokes) are combined in a special way not seen in other words. See the parts of Chinese words through COLOURS. Note that Chinese characters are usually learnt as a whole and this can take up a lot of memory. As a result, the more one learns the more confused one gets. This new way to learn Chinese visually helps learners to decode Chinese characters into their componentsand learn how to form/spell characters through simple rules. To ‘spell’ is to write or name the parts (alphabets or strokes) that form a word in the correct sequence. Learn how to form Chinese characters easily using simple rules, bond points and cross points Apply content learned in Book 1 (Strokes), Books 4 and 5 (Alphabets) in Books 7, 8 and 9 (Spelling Chinese Words) LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY (FOUNDATION SERIES) BOOK 1: MEET THE STROKES IN CHINESE CHARACTERS BOOK 2: COUNT IN CHINESE AND ENGLISH BOOK 3: MEET THE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 4: 32 TEAMS OF CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 5: MORE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 6: MY FIRST WORDS BOOK 7: HOW TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 8: MORE WAYS TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 9: UNIQUE WAYS TO 'SPELL' CHINESE WORDS BOOK 10: HOW TO GUESS THE MEANING OF CHINESE WORDS
2020-04-25 By W.Q. Blosh

Left to Right, Top to Bottom, Middle before Sides, Sides before Middle, Outside before Inside, Inside before Outside) Apply content learned in Book 1 (Strokes), Books 4 and 5 (Alphabets) in Books 7, 8 and 9 (Spelling Chinese Words) LEARN ...

Author: W.Q. Blosh

Publisher: qBLOSH

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 43

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New Way to Learn Chinese VISUALLY! Created for toddlers, students learning Chinese as a second or foreign language. Also suitable for adults young at heart! Explained in English so parents who do not speak Mandarin can also guide their children. The seventh book in the Foundation Series, developed to help learners develop visual skills to decode Chinese characters without writing Learn how to 'spell' Chinese characters easily using PART ORDER RULES See the basic structures of Chinese words through COLOURS. Note that Chinese characters are usually learnt as a whole and this can take up a lot of memory. As a result, the more one learns the more confused one gets. This new way to learn Chinese visually helps learners to decode Chinese characters into their componentsand learn how to form/spell characters through simple rules. To ‘spell’ is to write or name the parts (alphabets or strokes) that form a word in the correct sequence. Learn how to form Chinese characters easily using Part Order Rules (e.g. Left to Right, Top to Bottom, Middle before Sides, Sides before Middle, Outside before Inside, Inside before Outside) Apply content learned in Book 1 (Strokes), Books 4 and 5 (Alphabets) in Books 7, 8 and 9 (Spelling Chinese Words) LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY (FOUNDATION SERIES) BOOK 1: MEET THE STROKES IN CHINESE CHARACTERS BOOK 2: COUNT IN CHINESE AND ENGLISH BOOK 3: MEET THE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 4: 32 TEAMS OF CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 5: MORE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 6: MY FIRST WORDS BOOK 7: HOW TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 8: MORE WAYS TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 9: UNIQUE WAYS TO 'SPELL' CHINESE WORDS BOOK 10: HOW TO GUESS THE MEANING OF CHINESE WORDS

LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY (FOUNDATION SERIES) BOOK 1: MEET THE STROKES IN CHINESE CHARACTERS BOOK 2: COUNT IN CHINESE AND ENGLISH BOOK 3: MEET THE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 4: 32 TEAMS OF CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 5: MORE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 6: ...

Author: W.Q. Blosh

Publisher: qBLOSH

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 35

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New Way to Learn Chinese VISUALLY! Created for toddlers, students learning Chinese as a second or foreign language. Also suitable for adults young at heart! Explained in English so parents who do not speak Mandarin can also guide their children. The third book in the Foundation Series, developed to help learners develop visual skills to decode Chinese characters without writing. Covers the the basic blocks of Chinese characters - Start with 32 Chinese Alphabets to help you familiarise with their names The alphabets are presented as cartoons and have easy-to-remember names (e.g. T-Shape, Half Ladder, Split) to describe their appearance No writing, just trace the strokes from head to tail with your finger according to the colour code to learn the order the strokes have to be written. LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY (FOUNDATION SERIES) BOOK 1: MEET THE STROKES IN CHINESE CHARACTERS BOOK 2: COUNT IN CHINESE AND ENGLISH BOOK 3: MEET THE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 4: 32 TEAMS OF CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 5: MORE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 6: MY FIRST WORDS BOOK 7: HOW TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 8: MORE WAYS TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 9: UNIQUE WAYS TO 'SPELL' CHINESE WORDS BOOK 10: HOW TO GUESS THE MEANING OF CHINESE WORDS
2020-04-24 By W.Q. Blosh

A bilingual English-Mandarin introduction to words, numbers, shapes, and colors.

Author: Kingfisher

Publisher: My First... Kingfisher

ISBN: 0753445166

Category: Chinese language

Page: 48

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Featuring first words, numbers, colours and shapes, alongside colourful and bold images by Mandy Stanley, My First Mandarin Word Book will help young children to learn basic Mandarin vocabulary. Each word is written in English and Mandarin, with pinyin pronunciation, and a familiar everyday object, encouraging an immediate association between the word and object. An introduction for parents and teachers suggests strategies for helping children learn most effectively. A complete English-Mandarin word list at the end of the book repeats the words and includes a helpful pronunciation guide and language tips. With a format that encourages adult-child interaction, young children and their parents will find My First Mandarin Word Book to be the ideal 'look and say' picture-word book.
2020-01-23 By Kingfisher

LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY (FOUNDATION SERIES) BOOK 1: MEET THE STROKES IN CHINESE CHARACTERS BOOK 2: COUNT IN CHINESE AND ENGLISH BOOK 3: MEET THE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 4: 32 TEAMS OF CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 5: MORE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 6: ...

Author: W.Q. Blosh

Publisher: qBLOSH

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 35

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New Way to Learn Chinese VISUALLY! Created for toddlers, students learning Chinese as a second or foreign language. Also suitable for adults young at heart! Explained in English so parents who do not speak Mandarin can also guide their children. The fourth book in the Foundation Series, developed to help learners develop visual skills to decode Chinese characters without writing. Covers the the basic blocks of Chinese characters - More than 100 basic Chinese Alphabets arranged into 32 teams The alphabets are presented as cartoons and have easy-to-remember names (e.g. T-Shape, Half Ladder, Split) to describe their appearance No writing, just trace the strokes from head to tail with your finger according to the colour code to learn the order the strokes have to be written. LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY (FOUNDATION SERIES) BOOK 1: MEET THE STROKES IN CHINESE CHARACTERS BOOK 2: COUNT IN CHINESE AND ENGLISH BOOK 3: MEET THE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 4: 32 TEAMS OF CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 5: MORE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 6: MY FIRST WORDS BOOK 7: HOW TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 8: MORE WAYS TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 9: UNIQUE WAYS TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 10: HOW TO GUESS THE MEANING OF CHINESE WORDS
2020-04-24 By W.Q. Blosh

T-Shape, Half Ladder, Split) to describe their appearance No writing, just trace the strokes from head to tail with your finger according to the colour code to learn the order the strokes have to be written LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY ...

Author: W.Q. Blosh

Publisher: qBLOSH

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 25

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New Way to Learn Chinese VISUALLY! Created for toddlers, students learning Chinese as a second or foreign language. Also suitable for adults young at heart! Explained in English so parents who do not speak Mandarin can also guide their children. The fourth book in the Foundation Series, developed to help learners develop visual skills to decode Chinese characters without writing. Covers the the basic blocks of Chinese characters - More than 100 Variations and Exceptions of the basic Chinese Alphabets. They share the same stroke patterns as the basic Chinese Alphabets but look a bit different The alphabets are presented as cartoons and have easy-to-remember names (e.g. T-Shape, Half Ladder, Split) to describe their appearance No writing, just trace the strokes from head to tail with your finger according to the colour code to learn the order the strokes have to be written LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY (FOUNDATION SERIES) BOOK 1: MEET THE STROKES IN CHINESE CHARACTERS BOOK 2: COUNT IN CHINESE AND ENGLISH BOOK 3: MEET THE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 4: 32 TEAMS OF CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 5: MORE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 6: MY FIRST WORDS BOOK 7: HOW TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 8: MORE WAYS TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 9: UNIQUE WAYS TO 'SPELL' CHINESE WORDS BOOK 10: HOW TO GUESS THE MEANING OF CHINESE WORDS
2020-04-25 By W.Q. Blosh

Learn how to form Chinese characters easily using simple rules, bond points and cross points Apply content learned in Book 1 (Strokes), Books 4 and 5 (Alphabets) in Books 7, 8 and 9 (Spelling Chinese Words) LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY ...

Author: W.Q. Blosh

Publisher: qBLOSH

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 34

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New Way to Learn Chinese VISUALLY! Created for toddlers, students learning Chinese as a second or foreign language. Also suitable for adults young at heart! Explained in English so parents who do not speak Mandarin can also guide their children. The eighth book in the Foundation Series, developed to help learners develop visual skills to decode Chinese characters without writing Learn how to 'spell' Chinese characters easily by seeing where the PARTS (alphabets and strokes) INTERSECT See the parts of Chinese words through COLOURS. Note that Chinese characters are usually learnt as a whole and this can take up a lot of memory. As a result, the more one learns the more confused one gets. This new way to learn Chinese visually helps learners to decode Chinese characters into their componentsand learn how to form/spell characters through simple rules. To ‘spell’ is to write or name the parts (alphabets or strokes) that form a word in the correct sequence. Learn how to form Chinese characters easily using simple rules, bond points and cross points Apply content learned in Book 1 (Strokes), Books 4 and 5 (Alphabets) in Books 7, 8 and 9 (Spelling Chinese Words) LEARN CHINESE VISUALLY (FOUNDATION SERIES) BOOK 1: MEET THE STROKES IN CHINESE CHARACTERS BOOK 2: COUNT IN CHINESE AND ENGLISH BOOK 3: MEET THE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 4: 32 TEAMS OF CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 5: MORE CHINESE ALPHABETS BOOK 6: MY FIRST WORDS BOOK 7: HOW TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 8: MORE WAYS TO ‘SPELL’ CHINESE WORDS BOOK 9: UNIQUE WAYS TO 'SPELL' CHINESE WORDS BOOK 10: HOW TO GUESS THE MEANING OF CHINESE WORDS
2020-04-25 By W.Q. Blosh

Kudela, Katy R. My First Book of Russian Words. ... GERMAN PHRASES MYFIRST ITALIAN PHRASES MYFIRST JAPANESE PHRASES MYFIRST MANDARIN CHINESE PHRASES MYFIRST ...

Author: Jill Kalz

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 9781404875159

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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Simple text in English and Russian, with phonetic respellings of the expressions in Russian, invites the reader to learn the Russian terms for emotions, meals, family, the days of the week, school, home, and other everyday topics.
2012 By Jill Kalz

READ MORE Kudela, Katy R. My First Book ofJapanese Words. ... MY FIRST JAPANESE PHRASES MY FIRST MANDARIN CHINESE PHRASES MY FIRST RUSSIAN PHRASES MY FIRST ...

Author: Jill Kalz

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 9781404875142

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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An introduction to the Japanese language for young readers.
2012 By Jill Kalz

... Set Designer: Alison Thiele Kudela, Katy R. My First Book ofArabic Words. ... MY FIRST JAPANESE PHRASES MYFIRST MANDARIN CHINESE PHRASES Printed in the ...

Author: Jill Kalz

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 9781404875173

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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Simple text in English and Arabic, with phonetic respellings of the expressions in Arabic, invites the reader to learn the Arabic terms for emotions, meals, family, the days of the week, school, home, and other everyday topics.
2012-07 By Jill Kalz

READ mORE Kudela, Katy R. My First Book of Italian Words. ... MYFIRST ITALIAN PHRASES MYFIRST JAPANESE PHRASES MYFIRST MANDARIN CHINESE PHRASES MYFIRST ...

Author: Jill Kalz

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 9781404875166

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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Simple text in English and Italian, with phonetic respellings of the expressions in Italian, invites the reader to learn the Italian terms for emotions, meals, family, the days of the week, school, home, and other everyday topics.
2012-07-01 By Jill Kalz

- Foreign language editions list each word with its English equivalent- Sticker books have 100 stickers to correspond with vocabulary- The 40-minute DVDs are fun introductions.

Author: Heather Amery

Publisher: Educational Development Corporation

ISBN: 0794504833

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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- Foreign language editions list each word with its English equivalent- Sticker books have 100 stickers to correspond with vocabulary- The 40-minute DVDs are fun introductions.
2003-08-01 By Heather Amery

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