A great selection of Bilingual Children's Books in ARABIC and English as well as Arabic Audio Books
are available here. Our collection includes Arabic folktales, fables,
multicultural stories, myths, legends, board books, and a beautifully
illustrated Arabic picture dictionary available with the Audio Recorder Pen. Interactive literacy sets that include Arabic "talking books" are also available. See sample page below from Alfie's Angels Arabic and English.
THE FOLLOWING TITLES ARE AVAILABLE WITH ARABIC AND ENGLISH TEXT ON THE PAGES:
Arabic children’s books are great tools to encourage your student or child to learn a second language. Give your children the benefits of bilingualism with foreign language picture books in Arabic and English!
Take a look at the Arabic books for kids available on our site, and if you would like to learn some interesting facts about the Arabic language, read on...
Where is it spoken? Arabic is spoken in a very large area that includes North Africa, the Arabian Peninsula and parts of the Middle East. About 185 million people speak it around the world. Arabic has many features in common with the Hebrew and Amharic languages. Muslims consider Arabic to be the divine language of Allah.
How Many People Speak Arabic in the US? According to the most recent US Census data, there are about a million Arabic speakers in the US. There are large Arabic speaking populations in New York, California, New Jersey and Washington, DC.
Interesting Facts About Arabic
Arabic is written and read from right to left, and each symbol represents a letter.
Formal Classical Arabic, also called Literary Arabic and Fusha, is learned by every Arabic speaker. There are numerous local vernacular forms of Arabic. Dialects can differ greatly from each other in both vocabulary and sounds used.
The Arabic version of Sesame Street uses Fusha.
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