Being Bilingual: A Guide for Parents, Teachers and Young People on Mother Tongue, Heritage Language and Bilingual Education
Only a bilingual person who is also an academic authority on language could have written this book. First, the author talks directly to bilingual parents and young people about the role of their home language and how they should -- and can be -- developed and maintained. Second, the author concisely analyzes the major research and significant academic books on bilingualism.
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