Learning a new language is hard, especially when it requires an entirely new alphabet. Sometimes seeing the words side by side just makes the process that much easier. Whether you are young or old, these children’s books will help do just that.
by Eileen Browne
Arabic translation by Azza Habashi
Handa puts seven different delicious fruits in a basket to take to her friend, Akeyo. But on Handa’s walk, she passes a variety of animals who find the fruit very inviting. Something happens when she arrives at her friend’s village.
by Rouzanna Baghdasaryan
illustrated by Manana Mochiladze
Jonah is afraid of the dark. His older brother Gor promises to give Jonah his favorite toy soldier if he’ll try not to be afraid–but now Jonah is too excited to sleep.
by Catherine Hnatov
Playful images of favorite animals hop and splash, tweet and purr in captivating black and white illustrations that will engage toddlers and invite them to look!
Oranges for Everyone
by Daiga Zake
illustrated by Elena Stojanova
When Jimmy s mother brings home a bag of five beautiful oranges, he wants to keep them all for himself. But his instinct to share with his family and friends is too strong to resist until he has no oranges left at all! This day, Jimmy will learn a lot about the gift of generosity.
Lima’s Red Hot Chilli
by David Mills
illustrated by Derek Brazell
Take one little hungry girl, six different tempting foods and one shiny delicious red hot chilli. One big bite into the chilli results in a spectacular display of fireworks. Mum, dad, aunt and grandad all come to help but Lima’s mouth is still too hot. Who can rescue her?