Karakalpak Children's Bible / Muhaddes Kitap
Published by the Uzbek Bible Society
With all the great Bible stories based on real Bible text and rewritten for an audience of young listeners. The Children’s Bible will give your child the best possible introduction to the world and message of the Bible. Since published in 1991, this title has sold more than 6 million copies in 93 languages – making it one of the most sold children’s Bibles in the World.
The award-winning illustrator José Pérez Montero is very thorough in his research. His accurate ans skillful artwork in The Children’s Bible has been well-received and all-round accepted.
(WxH): 163 x 237 mm
Illustration: José Pérez Montero
Anne de Graaf
Karakalpak is a Turkic language spoken by Karakalpaks in Karakalpakstan. It is divided into two dialects, Northeastern Karakalpak and Southeastern Karakalpak. It developed alongside neighboring Kazakh and Uzbek languages, being markedly influenced by both. Typologically, Karakalpak belongs to the Kipchak branch of the Turkic languages, thus being closely related to and partially mutually intelligible to Kazakh.
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