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Download My First Bilingual Book–Home (English–Russian) ePub
  • ISBN 1840596503
  • ISBN13 978-1840596502
  • Language English
  • Author Milet Publishing
  • Publisher Milet Publishing; Bilingual edition (November 21, 2011)
  • Formats lit lrf lrf azw
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Geography and Cultures
  • Size ePub 1976 kb
  • Size Fb2 1535 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 686

Guaranteed to enrich a toddler’s vocabulary, this simple and fun series of bilingual board books is ideal for helping children discover a foreign language. Highlighting more complex concepts that go beyond colors and numbers, titles in the series feature animals, fruit, home, and vegetables. This collection combines photographs, bright illustrations, and dual-language words in clear, bold text. Suitable for both individuals and groups, these books are a child’s perfect introduction to exploring other cultures.

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The printing is glossy and high quality. The pages are not as thick as the thickest board-books, but seem plenty durable.

The illustrations are excellent, with simple details, and vivid, realistic colors. 4-5 items are shown separately on the left hand, and then they are shown in context, in a room, on the right hand side. I really like this approach. To me, this is very developmentally sound for children just learning to talk, and helps them relate the separate objects to similar contexts in their own lives.

I love it that a typical "European" kitchen, bathroom and bedroom are depicted. Even the radiator along the wall is present, rather than the more typical American vents. There are other little things that are culturally accurate to europe, which I find very cool. It means that the publisher actually made the book based on things European children would see, rather than just trying to cram vocab onto the same pictures used for 28 other languages.

My rating of this book is in contrast to many other books I've come across in the past. I wasn't quite sure what to expect, when I ordered this, but I'm very pleased. Here's why:
It seems like sometimes with German language books for kids, the images are old-fashioned, just plain bad/boring, or worse, developmentally inappropriate for very young children. For example, I have seen "My first [fill in the blank] vocabulary" books, with pictures of things that are RIDICULOUS for a child just learning to talk/read... Either the items (or the words for the items) are much too complex, or they are things that are simply extraneous to the life of a toddler.
That is not the case with this book.

In the interest of full disclosure, I am a German teacher, and I have a lot of frustration with publishers who try to use boring, outdated images in edition after edition, as is the case with the textbook my district uses. The "new" edition, published in 2006, still contains most of the original pictures from the 1970s edition. Not cool, Holt, Rinehart and Winston. This is another reason why this book series is like a breath of fresh air for me.
It's a decent word book (colourful), and it is good that the German articles are included - they do say you should learn them with the nouns, so that you learn the genders. I did find their translation of curtains to "die Gardine" a little odd when the picture shows long curtains. In the area of Germany I had lived in, those would have been "der Vorhang". "Gardinen" were short and often didn't cover the entire window. Perhaps this was something regional though.
I’m not a Russian speaker but my Russian speaking husband assured me that there are no errors in the book. It’s a nice board book with bright colors for our infant.
A friend of mine is german, i wanted to find a book to teach both languages to her daughter :) This was perfect! Thank goodness for amazon, i searched high and low could only find spanish or french.
I don't like the computer graphics. It makes all the rooms in the house feel cold. The book binding has been poorly done. When I place the book on the table, it doesn't sit flat. (And yes, I've checked. My table is flat :) )
Love the product.
A good book to learn more vocabulary in both languages.
My 2-year old likes it.
Im learning how to read Portuguese and this book is perfect for begginers.