Children's LiteraturePastel watercolor pages crammed with familiar people and things will make this dictionary book a favorite with the youngest set. Beginning with "ani - I" (also spelled in Hebrew letters, of course) a child's body parts are identified. Next we move on to the family, items of clothing, a house and what is in it, and then each room, and what is in it. On to school, the city, the grocery store. Back home for bedtimewhich, for some odd reason, precedes bathtime, and both of which precede the birthday party, the zoo, the seasons, numbers and colors! Except for this strange sequence, this is a delightful book and presents a large, useful word list in Hebrew and transliteration. It should be ever so much fun for children to learn the language with such adorable pages to turn. 2005, Kar-Ben, Ages 3 to 7.