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Learn Hebrew Through Fairy Tales Cinderella Level 1 (Foreign Language Through Fairy Tales) (Foreign Language Through Fairy Tales)

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Kids can now learn Hebrew quickly and easily with SLANGMAN Starting with Level 1, your child will learn 20+ new words in context. Here's how it works... An English word in the fairy tale is circles with its Hebrew translation in the column. From that moment forward, the Hebrew word will be used throughout the rest of the story...and it will be again and again As the fairy ...more
Paperback, 29 pages
Published November 1st 2006 by Slangman Publishing (first published July 13th 2006)
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Oct 08, 2009 Amanda rated it it was ok
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This version of Cinderella is one that aligns with what most young children would be familiar with. The book is accompanied by a CD that reads the story to the children as they follow along with the book. The stepmother, stepsisters, fairy godmother, and pumpkin carriage are all a part of this story. The thing that makes this story very unique is that it teaches children Hebrew. Each page introduces new words that are within the story in Hebrew and those are used throughout the story. As the ...more
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David Burke is a documentary filmmaker and former 60 MINUTES writer/producer who came to Paris in 1986 for what he thought would be a year, but turned into more than twenty. Besides Writers in Paris, he has written two editions of HarperCollinss Access Paris, a travel guide to Mediterranean France, and numerous articles for magazines and web sites. He and his wife, producer/director Joanne Burke, ...more
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