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ISBN:1429643714
Author: Katy R. Kudela
ISBN13: 978-1429643719
Title: My First Book of Mandarin Chinese Words (Bilingual Picture Dictionaries) (Multilingual Edition)
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Language: Multilingual
Category: Education and Reference
Publisher: Capstone Press; Bilingual edition (November 1, 2009)
Pages: 32

My First Book of Mandarin Chinese Words (Bilingual Picture Dictionaries) (Multilingual Edition) by Katy R. Kudela



Explore the pages of this Mandarin Chinese/English picture dictionary to learn new words and phrases. Series: Bilingual Picture Dictionaries. ISBN-10: 9781429643719. ISBN-13: 978-1429643719. Product Dimensions: . x . x 1. inches. Shipping Weight: . ounces (View shipping rates and policies).

Number of Pages: 32. Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction. Series Title: Bilingual Picture Dictionaries. Publisher: Capstone Pr Inc. Age Range: 4-8 years. Author: Katy R. Kudela. Street Date : September 1, 2009. See our price match guarantee. See how a store is chosen for you. My First Book of Mandarin Chinese Words (Bilingual) (Paperback) (Katy R. Kudela).

2. x 2. cm. Book Description. 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. Users who liked this book, also liked. My First Bilingual Book - Fruit.

A plus books (27Bilingual Picture Dictionaries). References to this work on external resources. LibraryThing members' description. Library descriptions. Simple text paired with themed photos invite the reader to learn to speak Mandarin Chinese"-Provided by publisher.

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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.
Reviews: 7
Acebiolane
I gave it as a gift so I can't say how my son would like looking at it but upon first impression, the "book" felt more like a pamphlet and the words and graphic pictures are very cheaply thrown together, almost like it was a homemade product.
Anayanis
The colorful pictures and words were great for my 3 and 6 year old children. However, the book is very poorly put together. The pages started to fall out after one day and very little use. The binding is very cheap and the whole book has fallen apart. I had to punch holes in the pages and put it in a binder.
Vaua
We bought this book when our son started a language immersion program at his Montessori school. English is our first language and with no experience with Chinese this book gave us a good start.
Malodred
This book is pretty book but it isn't the best bilingual book that we have. There are a ton of words which is great but many of them are too old for my two year old and she doesn't understand them in either language.
Joony
We love this book, unfortunately the paperback edition fell apart almost immediately.
Celen
This is a great book for children learning Mandarine but also for adults. The pictures are good with each one labeled with the Chinese symbol and the phonitic pronouncation under the English word.
Blackbrand
This is a nice idea but the obviously clip art pictures they choose for items are not instantly obvious to decipher. They show a whole carrot in one pic and sliced cucumber in another. Babies won't know what's what.
Very poor binding, worst I've ever seen on any new book.