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Food, Food, Fabulous Food (bilingual book)

Food, Food, Fabulous Food - Bilingual Children's Book available in Arabic, Farsi, French, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Urdu, and many more languages. Inspiring story for diverse classrooms.
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Product Code: FOOD

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Food, Food, Fabulous Food (Bilingual Book)
by Kate Clynes
illustrated by MW

Celebrate multicultural food as children share foods from their culture and learn the process of growing, shopping, and preparing different kinds of food. This book will encourage an interest in, and understanding of food and nutrition for young children. Its appealing rhythm will help children develop their reading and speaking skills.

In English with: Arabic, Bengali, Bulgarian, Chinese Simplified, Czech, Farsi, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Kurdish, Kurmani, Lithuanian, Panjabi, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Scottish Gaelic, Slovakian, Somali, Spanish, and Urdu.

Ages: 2-6 Paperback
  • Paperback book

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Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

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5 of 5 Six versions of Food Fabulous Food July 13, 2019
Reviewer: Phyllis Jacobson from Saint Louis, MO United States  
I bought the Farsi, French, Somali, Arabic, Kurdish, and Spanish versions because I have contact with speakers of all 9f these languages. I could also use Burmese, Dari, Karen, Nepali, Norwegian, Pashto, Swahili, Tigrina, and Vietnamese. I would like you to use the extra space on the pages of "script" languages to add the words written in "Latin" sounds so that readers who don't know the script but who know the sounds of each language can read the material too.

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