Arabic by Daniel Nunn


Arabic by Daniel Nunn

This book looks at Arabic, and examines where it is spoken, who speaks it, what alphabet the language is written in, and other interesting facts. The book also includes introductions on how to say key phrases in Arabic, such as how to say hello and goodbye, or talk about your home, school, and family. A pronunciation guide at the back of the book explains how to pronounce the Arabic words used throughout the book.

About the Author

Daniel Nunn has written numerous books for young readers on a variety of topics, specializing in early years and elementary education. Like Eddie the Elephant, he enjoys playing hide and seek with his two young children. His favorite hiding place is behind the curtains in the living room!

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Book Info


32 pages
Interest Age: From 6


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Publication date

17th January 2013



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