is one of many titles from the UC Berkeley Education/Psychology Library’s Children’s Literature Collection. To find others, browse the collection or search OskiCat by keywords (example: immigration juvenile literature)
Thai, English, and Thai Sign Language, of course! Thai Sign Language is related to American Sign Language, but distinct. See the OskiCat record for this item or visit the UC Berkeley Moffitt Library exhibit, “From Abkhaz to Zuni: The Language Collections of the University Library” to see the real thing!
and where would you find this volume on campus?
This Swahili cookbook was published in Tanzania and is part of the Biosciences Library Cookbook collection. This collection comprises over 4000 titles from all over the world, spanning 1534 – present; languages represented include Latin, Greek, Japanese, Chinese, German, Russian, French, Italian and Spanish. The collection is used by anthropologists, nutritionists, historians and everyday cooks.
Browse the cookbook collection in the Biosciences Library, or search Oskicat (example: keywords: cookery Portuguese)
Visit the Moffitt Library exhibit, “From Abkhaz to Zuni: The Language Collections of the University Library.” This exhibit highlights the linguistic diversity of the University Library’s collections, a cornerstone of the world-class research for which the University is famous. The campus libraries include material in over 400 languages, representing a vast array of cultures and time periods.