Let's Learn Bengali




As a second generation Bangladeshi young person who has grown up in the East End of London and integrated, speaking Bengali became my second language. The only time I used my basic Sylheti Bangla was when I was speaking with my dad and other extended elders; but  mainly spoke English with everyone else. Nowadays, English is the mother tongue for the 3rd and the future generations growing up in the Anglicize Bangladeshi community.

These let's learn Bengali books are produced with those key factors and also to adopt to "the way of the days" ways of learning and teaching.  These books have multiple purposes and it is not intended for a single market target, these books are to facilitate learning for the young children/people as well as parents. Parents benefit from the passive learning while they teach it to their children.

These books are to facilitate relationship building and nurturing through teaching one's mother tongue language. Today's young parent take more responsibility in their children's education and life then our parents of the 70's did.

These books are adopted to the national curriculum books, with bold colours, with images and art work. Various methods are used to make it attractive for the children to take notice and pick the book up and open it. They are easy to follow, navigate because they are written in English, transliterations supported with the English equivalent, colours and pictures. To make it exciting, fun and colourful as opposed to text laden, dull, no images.

So far the following books have been produced to date and many more are on their way:

1. Get your copy


The Bengali alphabets are many and the characters change,
LLB Numbers 1-100such as the vowels to shorthand, double and triple joint letters. Let's Learn Bengali books have broken down the numbers and alphabets to make it easy and fun to learn, in large and hand drawn characters; laid out in ways to make it easy for anyone who is used to the curriculum books. . Let's Learn Bengali books use transliteration, syllables and phonetics as well as other visual aids, such as pictures and tables. These books are designed to help support learning for people of all ages, and to help parents to use these books to facilitate learning for their children.







2. Get your copy

Lets Learn Bengali - Numbers 1-10


3. Get your copy

Lets Learn Bengali - Colouring Numbers 1-10


4. Get your copy

LLB Activity Colouring Alphabets


5. Get your copy

LLB Activity Numbers 1-10


6. Get your copy

Let's Learn Bengali - Vowels


7. Get your copy

Let's Learn Bengali - ConsonantsThe Bengali alphabets are many and the characters change
such as the vowels to shorthand, double and triple joint letters. Let's Learn Bengali books have broken down the numbers and alphabets to make it easy and fun to learn, in large hand drawn characters; laid out in ways to make it easy for those who use to curriculum books . Let's Learn Bengali books use transliteration, syllables and phonetics as well as other visual aids, such as pictures and tables. These books are designed to help support learning for people of all ages, and to help parents to use and facilitate learning for their children.





8. Get your copy

Let's Learn Bengali - Vowel & Shorthands





















9. Get your copy

LLB - Body Parts - AdultsLet’s Learn Bengali (LLB) books are for anyone who speaks English. Many English speaking young Bangladeshis can find it daunting learning Bengali because for many, English has become their first language and Bengali second.
The Bengali alphabets are many and the characters change such as the vowels to shorthand, double and triple joint letters. Let’s Learn Bengali books have broken down the numbers and alphabets to make it easy and fun to learn,in large and hand drawn characters; laid out in ways to make it easy for those who have gone to school in UK. Let’s Learn Bengali books use transliteration, syllables and phonetics as well as other visual aids, such as pictures and tables. These books are designed to help support learning for people of all ages, and to help parents to use to facilitate learning for their children



10. Get your copy

LLB RelationsMany English speaking young Bangladeshis can find it
daunting learning Bengali because for many, English has become their first language and Bengali second. The Bengali alphabets are many and the characters change such as the vowels to shorthand, double and triple joint letters. Let’s Learn Bengali books have broken down the numbers and alphabets to make it easy and fun to learn, in large and hand drawn characters; laid out in ways to make it easy for those who have gone to school in UK. Let’s Learn Bengali books use transliteration, syllables and phonetics as well are other visual aids, such as pictures and tables to support learning. These books are designed to help support learning for people of all ages, and to help parents to use to facilitate learning for their children.



Bite Size Islam: 99 Names of AllahBite Size Islam: 99 Names of Allah
The style of writing and the use of patterns to compliment and support the learning and development.
Bite size Islam books about Islamic knowledge, information presented in bite size, easy to absorb, understand,learn and teaching conducive to today's young people whose first language is English.













You can visit the on-line shop to view all the other books published by MAPublisher.




Comments