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eBook My First Bilingual Book–Opposites (English–Russian) download ISBN: 1840597429
Author: Milet Publishing
Publisher: Milet Publishing; Bilingual edition (May 14, 2012)
Language: English
ePub: 1555 kb
Fb2: 1304 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Education and Reference

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Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). This book is not truly a book, it would better be described as my first bilingual flash cards, each page only has one word (the name of the instrument in the picture) in English and Arabic exactly like the cover.

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Comments: (7)
Kison
I was searching for a simple board book with instruments and their names only and this bilingual one fit the bill. Each page features one instrument on a colored background, as you see on the cover. There is a also a small amount of adornment (repeating stock images in silo form) on each page aside from the main instrument on each page. Otherwise, this book is great, just wish there were more instruments because my toddler is obsessed with instruments.

Instruments included are: electric guitar, drum set, violin, piano, trumpet, saxophone, bongos, tambourine, double bass, harp, harmonica, bagpipes, clarinet, flute, bass drum, trombone, acoustic guitar, mandolin, accordion, conga drums
Malodred
Love these for new grandson, my daughter is bilingual in German and my son-in-law is learning, so baby and Daddy can learn together. Plus Daddy is a musician, plays several instruments and teaches young children. So my new grandson will hopefully be inspired. My grandson is being brought up bilingual, we all have some knowledge of the German language. Great construction of this hard page book, no bad smell. We'll be buying more in this series, possibly in other languages as well.
Uste
This book is not truly a book, it would better be described as my first bilingual flash cards, each page only has one word (the name of the instrument in the picture) in English and Arabic exactly like the cover. Most of the words are cognates anyways so it is almost pointless to have both languages written. It is a very lazy book that could have been much better had the author actually used at least one sentence per page.
Auridora
I bought this book for my son when he was 8 months old, and for the last 7 months this book has been among his favourites. He likes the other two from this series, Animals and Fruits, almost as much, but this one is preferred of the three, probably because the book depicts people which he finds interesting (like most other babies, he likes books with pictures of babies, but this one is the only one we have that clearly shows adults). The pictures of people in various occupations are well taken and diverse: photographer, fire-fighter, waiter, office worker, doctor, teacher, etc. There is a good mix of males and females (although I've never heard of a female car mechanic LOL) There is a couple of small image imperfections related to photography touch-ups (the eyelashes of the plumber are clearly exaggerated, and so is the glove-like wrinkled skin on the car mechanic's hand); no kid would notice it though, and it makes it more entertaining for us, adults, to read it, if anything else; so no complaints.
Rarranere
pictures are a bit disappointing. They aren't quite photographs or cartoons, its like bad computer graphics.

Otherwise good book
Arihelm
The content is excellent. The contrast of colors is great. The items and writting stick out. The book is awesome.

My complaint it the quality of the binding. The book fell apart rather quickly. I don't know if I got a dud that fell apart quickly or if that happens for all the books.

Since the book fell a part somewhat cleanly/evenly, I can still use the pages that fell out to teach my son as large picture cards.
Binar
The illustrations are very nice. This is a good book to inspire my husband to speak to our baby in Cantonese. I like that not only Mandarin, but also Cantonese speakers can use this book. It is useful for Chinese speaking parents to teach their American born kids. I plan to purchase more books in this series.

This book does not include pronounciations for English speakers- it is best for kids who are already growing up bilingual and have speakers of both languages in the family.
This is the first bilingual book I've ever purchased for my daughter. I really like reading it to her, and she enjoys the pictures as well. The only issue I have with this book though is that I feel as if though there isn't enough clarity between some of the "opposite" pictures.