A parents' and teachers' guide to bilingualism
This second edition of this best selling book provides a readable introduction of practical value to questions of bilingualism for parents and teachers. The style of the book is to pose questions that people most often ask about raising bilingual children. Straightforward answers follow, written in direct, plain language.
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