Языки и языкознание
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Sussman Joni Kibort. My First Yiddish Word Book
Publisher: Kar-Ben Publishing; Bilingual edition (February 2009)
ISBN-10: 0822587556
ISBN-13: 978-0822587552
Pages: 32
Language: English

It is good for children to be introduced to another language even when they are quite small. For some families, especially those who are Jewish, the first choice for a such a secondary language might be Yiddish. This very old language was the "mother tongue" for nearly 1,000 years among Ashkenazic or Easte European Jews. It sounds similar to German but is written in Hebrew characters. Editor Joni Sussman grew up in a Yiddish-speaking home with parents who spoke seven languages. There are two hundred Yiddish words in the book, with transliterations into English characters and translations into English. These words relate to the human body, the family, one's home, a school, a playground, a zoo, and other aspects of daily life, such as numbers and colors. The fetching illustrations by Pepi Marzel will assist the child in associating each word with a mental picture that will reinforce it in the memory. For those who want to know more about Yiddish, here is a resource that should prove both educational and fun. There is a companion volume, My First Hebrew Word Book.
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