You know how when you are preparing to go to a new place, you may go out and purchase, or at least look, at a tourist book so that you might find all of the best places to go? Well, this book is THAT BOOK to read before traveling to Serbia. A Guide to the Serbian Mentality is a great precursor book for those new or seasoned travelers making their way to Serbia. It’s a great cultural reference, it’s fun to read, you’ll read about foods you’ll just have to try, and not just places to visit, but why. There surely are places I want to visit because of this book. Thanks Gospodin Kapor.
A Serbian-English children’s book about self acceptance. A book review by Tongue Talk Serbia and a 6 year old.
THE AUTHOR: “Da Li Sam Ja Mala?” is one of many books written by Phillip Winterberg. He writes children’s books about topics related to friendship, mindfulness, and happiness.
SYNOPSIS: “Da Li Sam Ja Mala?” is about a little girl named Tamia, who is on a mission to discover how others see her. What she finds is how she sees herself.
It is a story about size and perspective. Each character Tamia talks to sees her from a different point of view. To some she is small, to others big. But what does she see for herself? Read it and find out!
I am so thrilled to have found such a useful book.
“Fun With Serbian Letters” is an alphabet book that features both the Cyrillic and Latinalphabets. Within it contains 40 pages of pictures, the 30 letters in both alphabets, some short poems, and a full alphabet chart (again, in both alphabets).