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Wikijunior: Languages by Robert Horning, at al.

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Wikijunior: Languages
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Publisher: Wikibooks
Number of pages: 80

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The target age of this title is 8-12 years old. This is intended to be a basic introduction for kids to learn about different languages around the world. As a general survey, this project is more oriented to covering a large variety of languages rather than studying any particular language in depth. The goal of this project is to provide some basic language skills for younger children and introduce the idea of other languages, especially in areas where children are not exposed to some of these other languages.

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