Bilingual Children's Books in NEPALI and English are available here. Foreign Language Picture Books for kids in Nepali and English are a great resource for teaching and learning a second language. Our Nepali book collection includes contemporary stories and a beautifully illustrated Nepali picture dictionary available with our Audio Recorder Pen.
Below is a sample page from the Neplai-English book, Keeping Up with Cheetah.
THE FOLLOWING TITLES ARE AVAILABLE WITH NEPALI AND ENGLISH TEXT ON THE PAGES:
Give your children the benefits of bilingualism! By encouraging your students or children to read Nepali books for kids or listening to Nepali audio books, you will help them in their acquisition of a second language.
Here is some interesting information about the Nepali language...
Where is it spoken? Nepali is the official language of Nepal, a country in South Asia. It is also spoken in Bhutan, Burma (Republic of the Union of Myanmar), and India. There are about 17 million Nepali speakers around the world.
How Many People Speak Nepali in the US? There are relatively large Nepalese communities in New York, Texas and Washington DC. According to the US Census Bureau’s 2015 estimates, about 140,000 people in the US identify as Nepalese.
Interesting Facts About Nepali
In the past, Nepali was called the Khas language and Gorkhali.
One of the most well known words in Nepali is “namaste,” which means hello. It is usually spoken with a slight bow and palms pressed together. It can be used as a greeting or a goodbye. A more casual greeting is “Tik chha,” which means “How are you?”
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