Let's learn the alef bet : a reading readiness book for The Hebrew primer [Derekh bina] / by Ruby G. Strauss ; designed and illustrated by Guy Brison-Stack.
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חינוך קטן : ... צו גווינן (לשון הקודש) צו רידן : ... פיל ווערטר (לשון הקודש) אונ דענ טייטש דארויף / [... מאת ישראל בן אברהם].
Fürth (Bavaria, Germany)-place of publication
פיורדא : דפוס חיים בן הירש
See: Jahrb. d. Jued. - Lit. Gesellschaft, X. p. 161
בדף האחרון: ספר רפואות.
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