One Red Bicycle: Numbers, Colors, and Vehicles in English, Spanish, Chinese & Korean (English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean Multilingual Edition, Simplified … and Traditional Chinese Version Book 1) by David Ming

Introduce your kids to colors, numbers, and vehicles in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Korean.Great for All Ages: Have fun counting from 1 to 10, starting with One Red Bicycle and building up to Ten White Airplanes. Every page pairs colorful artwork with precise translations in all four languages, including both Traditional and Simplified Chinese characters.Thoughtful Translations: The last few pages summarize all colors, numbers, and vehicles, including multiple translations when concepts are known by different words in different countries. Cars, for example, may be called Coches in Mexico or Carros in Venezuela. Likewise, in Mandarin Chinese, there is more than one way to say Bus.Pronunciation Help: Both Chinese Pinyin and Korean Romanization are included to help sound out words using the Latin alphabet.Growing up to be Global Citizens: Inspired by his own multicultural family, David Ming wrote his Bilingual Kids Series to bring together children, parents, and grandparents across cultures and generations. His hope is for multilingual books to make story time more inclusive and fun for everyone. Whether teaching your children to be bilingual or learning a language for the first time, this book is for you.Yeh! Books. Explore Words. Explore Worlds.

Author: David Ming

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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OCCULT MAGIC Decaffeinated: Pagan, Alchemy, Christian, Kabbalah, Hermetic + Other Occult Terminology For Reference And Use In Praxis: REVISED *Hype Not … #777 (The Tehuti Manuscripts MS Book 5) by Frater R.C.

The following is a simple guide to an otherwise complex thing: magic. It should not be considered as complete in any way, only comprehensive. The following pages contain information on the two kinds of magic, namely, theurgy and thaumaturgy. As will be seen, any true mastery of magic can only be gained at the hands of a skilled instructor or a magical Order. Ideally, both. – VH Frater RC, Konx Om Pax, Belfast 2009 (OTO Oasis Lecture)

Author: Frater R.C.

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Text Chat Activities: A Resource Book for Language Teachers by Mark J. Oliver

With the rise of smartphones and tablets, WiFi and 3G, text chat has become a common form of daily communication for many around the world. By bringing it into our language classes we can provide our learners with real world practice, giving them the skills they need to communicate in today’s tech-influenced society. And the benefits don’t end there.

In this book, I discuss the advantages of using text chat with language learners and how teachers can intergrate into their courses. I have also included a range of text chat tasks for pair and groupwork. Adapted from traditional communicative activities, and utilising a range of technology and media, these tasks are an engaging, fun and effective way for learners to practice their language in a text chat environment. Each task comes with clear instructions for teachers and students.

Although primarily aimed at teachers of English as a foreign language, teachers of other languages can also reap the benefits of text chat practice by adapting activities to suit their learners’ needs .

Author: Mark J. Oliver

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Am I small? A bheil mi beag?: Children’s Picture Book English-Scottish Gaelic (Bilingual Edition/Dual Language) (World Children’s Book 105) by Philipp Winterberg

Bilingual Children’s Book English-Scottish Gaelic

“Am I small?” – Tamia is not sure and keeps asking various animals that she meets on her journey. Eventually she finds the surprising answer…

Reviews
“immensely enjoyable”—ForeWord Clarion Reviews

“for children who enjoy lingering over pages full of magical creatures and whimsical details […] told in simple and engaging words and imaginative pictures.”—Kirkus Reviews

“a fantastic book that has enchanted me”—Amazon Customer Review

“We are in love with this book! […] As an artist, I love love LOVE the art in this book, I think its not only beautiful, but perfect for children. My son spent a lot of time just studying every colorful page. We read it twice in the first sitting because he was so happy! He’s not yet 1, so getting him to sit still for story time is tough, and this book was such a hit he sat through it with nothing but a big smile and lots of pointing to the stuff he liked on the pages. I highly recommend this book :) Get it get it get it!””—Amazon Customer Review

“Written in a very simple way but with a profound message for both adults and kids.”—Amazon Customer Review

“I LOVED it. Lots of repetition to help ‘lil ones get used to structure and words! Many different words being used to help them improve their vocabulary (or pick the best word!). Most importantly, it sends a good message about how being unique and different is good. I STRONGLY suggest you check this book out!”—ESLCarissa.blogspot.com

“readers will emerge from this book feeling slightly more confident about themselves—whatever their size.”—ForeWord Clarion Reviews

Important NoticeThis Kindle book is a children’s picture book – please use a device with a color display to read itThis Kindle book features magnification areas – please use the zoom function of your device to magnify the book’s text (usually activated by double-tap or double-click, take a look at the help pages of your device or reading app for details)This Kindle book is designed for large displays, e.g. tablets or computers – please use a device with a large display (free Kindle reading apps and Kindle Cloud Reader are available for every major tablet and computer)
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Author: Philipp Winterberg

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Dana deserves a playground too | ダナにも あそびばを: Bilingual (English - Japanese) バイリンガル(英語 - 日本語) by Yael Manor

This story aims to shed light, on the discrimination against disabled children in the playgrounds. This is a story about a socially caring, a true friendship and willingness to contribute to the other. This is a story about thinking, about persistence and about originality. This is a story about a real concern for the weaker and non-discrimination of his rights. Let us teach our children to be all of this. この物語は、遊び場における障害を持つ子どもたちへ対する差別に光を当てることを目的としています。社会的な思いやりや、真の友情、他人の役に立ちたいと思う意欲について、また、思考力や粘り強さ、独創力について、さらには、弱い立場の人々を真剣に配慮し、彼らの権利を差別しないことについて描かれた一冊です。子どもたちがこうしたことすべてを意識し、実現できるよう伝え広めていきましょう。

Author: Yael Manor

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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On the tip of your tongue: 100 illustrated English idioms by Bozidar Nikic

“On the Tip of your Tongue” is a dictionary of English idioms. It contains 300 idioms, 100 of which are illustrated and accompanied by clear definitions and dialogues.The idioms are divided into 10 categories: Animals, Body, Clothes, Colour, Food, House and Home, Music, Sport, Transport, Weather and Nature. In addition, there are six exercises intended as further practice.

Author: Bozidar Nikic

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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One Red Bicycle: Numbers, Colors, and Vehicles in English, Spanish, Chinese & Korean (Bilingual Kids Series Book 1) by David Ming

Introduce your kids to colors, numbers, and vehicles in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Korean.Great for All Ages: Have fun counting from 1 to 10, starting with One Red Bicycle and building up to Ten White Airplanes. Every page pairs colorful artwork with precise translations in all four languages, including both Traditional and Simplified Chinese characters.Thoughtful Translations: The last few pages summarize all colors, numbers, and vehicles, including multiple translations when concepts are known by different words in different countries. Cars, for example, may be called Coches in Mexico or Carros in Venezuela. Likewise, in Mandarin Chinese, there is more than one way to say Bus.Pronunciation Help: Both Chinese Pinyin and Korean Romanization are included to help sound out words using the Latin alphabet.Growing up to be Global Citizens: Inspired by his own multicultural family, David Ming wrote his Bilingual Kids Series to bring together children, parents, and grandparents across cultures and generations. His hope is for multilingual books to make story time more inclusive and fun for everyone. Whether teaching your children to be bilingual or learning a language for the first time, this book is for you.Yeh! Books. Explore Words. Explore Worlds.

Author: David Ming

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

KANJI 漢字 for First, Second and Third Graders Flash Cards by Murakami Publishing

“KANJI 漢字 ~ Graders” is a textbook with which you can learn virtually ALL the kanjis on the official 常用漢字 list, which every Japanese is required to pick up by the time they finish their compulsory education.
This editions are flash-carded version of the original texts using Kindle Comic Creator.

Questions are asked not by every five ones like the original texted versions; this time is one-question-per-page basis. You will be asked “how to write” each Kanji, but you can check out how much “you can read” by flipping these cards backward.

With no English translations provided for each Japanese sentence, this book is for learners with at least above-intermediate Japanese.
Plus, the cards with blanked parts, where neither hiragana nor kanji are shown, are put in this edition in case some people want to learn the whole sentence by heart.

Author: Murakami Publishing

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Careless Kitty by Seth Clay

About the story: Rascal was a well-loved cat. He had a comfy cushion, delicious food, lots of treats and plenty of love … But despite all of that, the kitty wouldn’t hunt the mouse that chewed on everything! Fearing being taken to a shelter because of his laziness, Rascal decided to go after the terrible rodent. Will he be able to still stay at home and keep his treats and receive more love ?About the author:Seth Clay has always loved comics, cartoons, geek culture and children’s books. His interest in children’s books has never left his life. Seth is an English teacher and a translator and is married to Beth. He has a son named Alvin and the family has three pets: a poodle called Chèrie, a budgie named Dodo and a blue fish called Gill. “The Careless Kitty” is a story based on real events. The plot explores values such as helpfulness, family ties, cooperation, and, especially, caring for and loving pets. Also, the book supports a cause that’s very close to the author’s heart: animal care.Besides supporting the animal cause, by purchasing this touching story, the child inside you and the children around you will laugh, cry, but above all, have fun lots of fun. “The Careless Kitty” is definitely a must-have for all family and for children of all ages.Book dimensions: 8″x10″40 pages

Author: Seth Clay

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Text Chat Activities: A Resource Book for Language Teachers by Mark J. Oliver

With the rise of smartphones and tablets, WiFi and 3G, text chat has become a common form of daily communication for many around the world. By bringing it into our language classes we can provide our learners with real world practice, giving them the skills they need to communicate in today’s tech-influenced society. And the benefits don’t end there.

In this book, I discuss the advantages of using text chat with language learners and how teachers can intergrate into their courses. I have also included a range of text chat tasks for pair and groupwork. Adapted from traditional communicative activities, and utilising a range of technology and media, these tasks are an engaging, fun and effective way for learners to practice their language in a text chat environment. Each task comes with clear instructions for teachers and students.

Although primarily aimed at teachers of English as a foreign language, teachers of other languages can also reap the benefits of text chat practice by adapting activities to suit their learners’ needs .

Author: Mark J. Oliver

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews