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My First Hiragana Activity Bookby Yuko Green
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Forty-six characters comprising the Japanese "alphabet" allow English-speaking children (or Japanese youngsters beginning to read and write) to jot down simple words in Japanese — from ahiru (duck) to yubi (finger). 336 ready-to-color illustrations accompany Japanese characters and their English transliteration.
This entertaining and instructive activity book introduces English-speaking children to simple words in the Japanese language. (Japanese youngsters just beginning to read and write will also find the easy-to-follow book helpful.) Forty-six characters comprise the Japanese Hiragana, or alphabet, with each symbol of the Hiragana depicting syllables rather than a single letter. With these 46 characters, students will be able to write anything in Japanese — from ahiru (duck) to yubi (finger). For each character, there is a selection of ready-to-color illustrations of items beginning with that character (over 330 words in all), along with the word in Japanese characters, its transliteration, and its English translation.
Entertaining introduction to simple Japanese words — from ahiru (duck) to yubi (finger). 336 ready-to-color illustrations accompany Japanese characters and English transliterations.
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