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Learn to Read Hebrew in 6 Weeks Paperback – Large Print, September 6, 2016
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About the Author
Miiko Shaffier is a Hebrew teacher, a certified Pilates instructor and the Community Coordinator for “Neve Chabad”, a newly developing Jewish village in the Negev desert. Miiko was born in Florida in 1978. She grew up mostly in Canada and spent some time living in both New York and California. She married Aaron in 2000, and in 2007 they immigrated to Israel with their young family. Miiko now lives in Be’er Sheva the city of Abraham with her husband and eight children. Aside from teaching Hebrew reading,
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I have tried several other "Learn Hebrew" programs with limited success, (including one from a company with live teachers from Israel) but most of them focused on either intense repetition or simulated immersion (aka force your brain to learn Hebrew by only hearing Hebrew).
What I love about Miiko's method is that she uses fun cartoons (yes, seriously!) to help me remember how the Hebrew letters sound (which somehow magically works for my brain).
My only complaint is that there is not (yet?) a hardcover version (the paperback is sturdy but hardcover books usually last longer) although the geek in me is thrilled that I can add Miiko's book to my Kindle collection! :-)
P.S. This book is written with English speakers in mind, probably because of author's background. If you know how to read Arabic, you might find some of the information slightly off like Ayin, Aleph, Vav with Holam Alaih, Qoof, Tet vs. Taf but correcting those details will make it really hard for majority of readers who cannot read Arabic.