The Assyrian Children's Illustrated Dictionary is also a book of alphabet and numbers, and a coloring book. It teaches how to write the 22 letters in Assyrian language and shows their connection to... More > numbers. It teaches Assyrian words through pictures that can be colored. The meaning of these words is given in English and listed in a simple dictionary. The Estrangelo letters are also shown to familiarize children with this type of writing from an early age. Children of all ages are sure to enjoy this book.< Less
This book, the first of four books teaching Assyrian speech in Foundation Level, enables students to introduce themselves and others, tell their name, place of birth, nationality, occupation,... More > personality traits and physical appearance, using the Simple Present tense of the verb “to be”. It cover many names of persons, continents, countries, and cities; as well as occupations, nationalities, and the most commonly used masculine, feminine and plural adjectives. It’s not a self-teaching book as its approach is based on hearing and repeating, the method by which we learn our mother tongue; therefore a teacher is needed to initiate the lessons and act as mentor. In this second edition, some lessons have been modified, and new exercises have been added. The typing errors that were encountered in the first edition have been corrected as much as possible, and the spelling of many names have been modified to conform to the spelling rules introduced in the book: Assyrian Reading Lessons in Six Days< Less
This is the story of two brothers, Ramel and Bronel.
Ramel, the younger is fat and eats any rubbish he can find; while Bronel, the older brother, is thin and enjoys only sophisticated and healthy... More > food. The brothers fall into various mishaps when Bronel follows his refined taste. However, in the end they find that they can live happily together despite their differences. Bronel becomes famous for his recipe of Igra, a Middle Eastern speciality made with aubergines (eggplant). When his friends eat this dish and like it, they nickname him Igra, because he cooks it very often and very well. The recipe is given by him at the end of the book.
In order to keep the price low, the pictures in the book are not colored. The children may amuse themselves by coloring the drawings to their taste, thus participating in the making of the book.< Less
This book, which is in Assyrian language, contains 224 religious songs and 32 action rhymes that will bring joy and peace to your class. It is ideal for Sunday Schools and Vacation Bible Schools. The... More > songs and action rhymes are grouped into themes such as Worship, Christmas, Easter, God’s gifts for us, the Bible, Jesus’ love for children, Friendship with all believers, etc. Most songs and action rhymes are very simple as they are designed for three to six year old children, who have just learned to speak Assyrian. They will help children to practice their knowledge of this ancient language and learn new vocabulary in a fun and amusing way. Moreover, they are excellent for performances that will be delightful for everyone.< Less
The purpose of this self-teaching book is to enable Assyrian and non-Assyrian students to learn to read Assyrian in six days, or sessions. Many people think that learning Assyrian is very difficult.... More > However, this book follows the rules of a standard pronunciation system that is clear and lacks exceptions to the general rules. Thus, this book makes the task of learning Assyrian straightforward and easy, and it enables a beginner to read any text easily. The dialect of Urmia and how it differs from the standard pronunciation system is also explained as this dialect is used in some Assyrian dictionaries. In the second edition three appendices are added where the association of numbers with letters, the Estrangelo alphabet, generally used for book titles; and three additional distinctive marks are explained, making the book more self sufficient.< Less