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Hippocrene Books
Hippocrene Books
2015
FOREIGN LANGUAGE DICTIONARIES AND GUIDES IN 120 LANGUAGES
COOKBOOKS IN 80 INTERNATIONAL CUISINES
Hippocrene Books
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2015
RECENTLY PUBLISHED TITLES
Spices & Seasons: Simple,
Sustainable Indian Flavors
978-0-7818-1331-0
$35.00
Muy Bueno: Tres Generaciones
de Auténtico Sabor Mexicano
978-0-7818-1332-7
$22.50
Lithuanian Practical Dictionary
978-0-7818-1291-7
$29.95
Nepali Practical Dictionary
978-0-7818-1271-9
$24.95
Cantonese Practical Dictionary
978-0-7818-1312-9
$24.95
Fujianese Dictionary &
Phrasebook
978-0-7818-1313-6
$14.95
The Fox & The Hound: The
Birth of American Spying
978-0-7818-1321-1
$16.95
Haitian Creole Practical
Dictionary
978-0-7818-1297-9
$19.95
Pocket Guide to
Korean (Han-geul) Script
978-0-7818-1330-3
$14.95
2015
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CONTENTS
New Language
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New Cookbooks
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Polish Interest
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Contact Information
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Order Form
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new language
Hippocrene Books
2015
Mastering araBic 1 witH 2 audio cds
tHird edition
JANe WIGHTWICK AND MAHMouD GAAFAr
Mastering Arabic 1 is the most accessible and carefully paced
Arabic self-study course on the market. This new 3rd edition
features an attractive full-color design and a wealth of illustrations and photos, access to a free website with online exercises and videos, and new conversational sections which
encourage you to begin speaking Arabic right away.
designed for both classroom use and self-study, Mastering
Arabic 1 is aimed at beginners with little or no previous knowledge of the language who want to understand, speak and read
arabic confidently.
• teaches Modern standard arabic, the universal language
of the arab world
February
Paperback ∙ 6 x 9¼ ∙ 384 pages
IsBN 13: 978-0-7818-1338-9
IsBN 10: 0-7818-1338-7
$40.00 (CaN $49.95)
rights: North america
Previous edition IsBN:
978-0-7818-1238-0
reLated tItLes
Mastering Arabic 2 with 2 Audio CDs
978-0-7818-1254-2, $29.95PB
Arabic Dictionary & Phrasebook
978-0-7818-0973-3, $14.95PB
• Includes 20 practical units with cartoon illustrations, lively
exercises, and conversation sections
• Useful and relevant lessons cover everyday situations
related to family, jobs, introductions, eating and drinking,
and much more
• Offers a gradual introduction to the language, script, and
grammar through audio, video, stories, and easy-to-follow
explanations
• Includes hundreds of exercises to help you practice what
you’ve learned
• two audio Cds feature correct pronunciation by native
speakers
• access to a free website with videos and online exercises
to reinforce and supplement the lessons
2015
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new language
Mastering araBic 1 activity Book:
practice for Beginners
second edition
JANe WIGHTWICK AND MAHMouD GAAFAr
the Mastering Arabic 1 Activity Book provides a wealth of
practice material for all beginners who want to understand,
speak, and read Modern standard arabic confidently. this
second edition of the activity Book has been updated to
match the changes in Mastering Arabic 1, 3rd edition.
• the twenty practice units in this activity Book mirror
the twenty units in Mastering Arabic 1, 3rd edition, but
this book works well with any beginning arabic course
• Ideal for classroom use or self-study
• Includes over 100 carefully-paced, engaging, and
varied activities to reinforce vocabulary and basic
concepts
• User-friendly lessons filled with cartoons, graphics,
games and lively exercises that cover everyday topics
like family, jobs, school, eating and drinking, and
more
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• Plenty of reading and handwriting practice
Paperback ∙ 7½ x 9¾ ∙ 96 pages
• answer key at the back of the book helps students
measure their progress
IsBN 13: 978-0-7818-1339-6
IsBN 10: 0-7818-1339-5
$19.95 (CaN $24.95)
rights: North america
Jane Wightwick and Mahmoud Gaafar are experienced
writers, publishers, and educators specializing in accessible
language guides and learning materials. they have authored
numerous titles including Mastering Arabic 1, Mastering Arabic 2, and Arabic Dictionary & Phrasebook, all published by
Hippocrene Books. they reside in the United Kingdom.
Previous edition IsBN:
978-0-7818-1269-6
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new language
Hippocrene Books
2015
urdu-englisH/englisH-urdu
practical dictionary
DANIeL KrASA
Urdu is the national language and lingua franca of Pakistan and
one of the official languages of India, with about 70 million
native speakers. Urdu is a part of the Hindustani language family, and is mutually intelligible with Hindi. Using the Nasta’liq
style of the Persian alphabet, Urdu is traditionally associated
with the Muslim population of the region, while Hindi (using the
devangari script) is connected with the Hindu community.
Urdu is also spoken as a second and third language in Pakistan
and neighboring countries, although it is difficult to determine
the number of those speakers. For example, ethnic afghans in
Pakistan may know dari or tajik, and also become fluent in Urdu.
Pakistani immigrants have brought their language to many
countries, with the largest populations in the United states and
the United Kingdom.
November
Ideal for businesspeople, travelers, and students, this dictionary
includes:
Paperback ∙ 4½ x 7 ∙ 420 pages
IsBN 13: 978-0-7818-1340-2
• 20,000 dictionary entries, complete with Urdu script and
transliteration
IsBN 10: 0-7818-1340-9
• Phonetics that are intuitive for english speakers
$24.95 (CaN $30.95)
• easy-to-use grammar and pronunciation sections
rights: World
aLsO By daNIeL Krasa
Marathi Dictionary & Phrasebook
978-0-7818-1142-2, $14.95PB
reLated tItLes
Urdu Dictionary & Phrasebook
978-0-7818-0970-2, $14.95PB
Daniel Krasa is a scholar of Middle eastern and Indian languages and
dialects. a life-long Indophile, Krasa has authored approximately 20 books
in several languages including Marathi Dictionary & Phrasebook
(Hippocrene Books). after studying Northern Indian languages at several
universities in India, Krasa has specialized in writing guides focused on
travelers' needs. He resides in Germany.
2015
Hippocrene Books
new language
fairy tales in latin: faBulae MiraBiles
WrITTeN By VICTor BAroCAS, eDITeD By SuSAN SCHeArer,
ILLuSTrATeD By BrAD rHoDeS For Pro SCIeNTIA
this popular collection of 12 familiar fairy tales in Latin has been
a classroom favorite for over a decade. It provides an engaging
alternative to traditional Latin texts for translation and reading
comprehension. aimed at intermediate and advanced Latin
students, these stories are not as technically difficult as prose
excerpts from authors like Livy and Cicero.
New paperback
edition!
each story is 500-1000 words in length and accompanied by a
lively illustration. a comprehensive glossary of 900 entries includes the english translation for all words used in the text.
Includes:
tres Porcelli (The Three Little Pigs)
tibicen Versicolor (The Pied Piper)
rumpelstiltskin (Rumpelstiltskin)
Lacernella rubra (Little Red Riding Hood)
rapunzella (Rapunzel)
Novae Vestes Imperatoris (The Emperor’s New Clothes)
Iax et Fabae Magicae (Jack and the Magic Beans)
Nivea et septem Homunculi (Snow White and the Seven
Dwarves)
auricoma et tres Ursi (Goldilocks and the Three Bears)
February
Paperback ∙ 5½ x 8½ ∙ 94 pages
IsBN 13: 978-0-7818-1341-9
Hansellus and Gretella (Hansel and Gretel)
Cinerella (Cinderella)
Bella dormiens (Sleeping Beauty)
IsBN 10: 0-7818-1341-7
$14.95 (CaN $18.50)
rights: World
Pro Scientia, the W.t. Woodson Latin alumni association, is an
organization founded by former Latin students of dr. Maureen
O’donnell at the W.t. Woodson High school in Fairfax, Virginia.
through this publication and others, the organization has raised
money for the promotion of Latin and the Classics and for a
scholarship in honor of dr. O’donnell.
Hardcover edition IsBN:
978-0-7818-0787-6
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new cookBooks
Hippocrene Books
2015
latin twist: traditional & Modern cocktails
yVeTTe MArquez-SHArPNACK AND VIANNey roDrIGuez
PHoToGrAPHy By
JeANINe THurSToN
the award-winning food bloggers from Muy Bueno and sweet
Life have teamed up to create this exciting collection of Latin
cocktails. yvette and Vianney are known for their flavorful
Latin/Mexican recipes with easy-to-find ingredients. the Latininspired drinks on their blogs have been so popular that they
decided to devote a whole book to them! From Latin america
and spain, these cocktails are the perfect party primer and
resource for the busy modern host. Latin Twist delves into the
history of each country’s liquors, followed by traditional cocktails
and original recipes. Just one taste of a luscious Passion Fruit
caipirinha or a perfectly muddled minty mojito, and you’ll be
transported to the tropical destination of your dreams.
Whether you’re having a Latin-inspired fiesta or entertaining a
few friends, these tantalizing concoctions can be prepared without hard-to-find tools or ingredients. With its gorgeous full color
photos, Latin Twist is a unique gift for the adventurous mixologist or the party planner who has it all.
april
Latin Twist features:
Hardcover ∙ 6¾ x 10 ∙ 200 pages
• 97 cocktail recipes from 20 countries
IsBN 13: 978-0-7818-1342-6
• Brief historical facts about the alcohols used in each
country
IsBN 10: 0-7818-1342-5
• Illustrated cocktail map of Latin america
$22.50 (CaN $27.95)
rights: World
ALSO BY
yVette MarqUez-sHarPNaCK
Muy Bueno
978-0-7818-1304-4, $22.50PB
978-0-7818-1326-6, $35.00HC
Muy Bueno (Spanish edition)
978-0-7818-1332-7, $22.50PB
• Color photographs throughout
Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack is a recipe developer, food blogger, and
cookbook author who draws culinary inspiration from her Mexican heritage. she co-authored Muy Bueno: Three Generations of Authentic Mexican Flavor (Hippocrene Books, 2012) and has been featured in Latina
magazine, People en Español, and Cosmopolitan for Latinas. the Muy
Bueno blog was a finalist in the 2014 and 2012 SAVEUR Best Food Blog
awards. yvette was also named one of the “Latina Bloggers you Must
Know in 2014” by Latina magazine. she lives in Colorado with her husband and two children. Visit www.muybuenocookbook.com or follow
@MuyBuenoCooking for the latest news.
Vianney Rodriguez, a proud tejana recipe developer and food blogger,
was raised by Mexican parents in south texas. Her blog, sweet Life, reflects this identity, and has been featured as one of NBC Latino’s “Food
Blogs We Love” and Latina magazine’s Best Food Blogs, among others.
Vianney was recognized as the LatIsM 2012 Best Latina Food Blogger.
she resides with her family in texas. Visit www.sweetlifebake.com or follow @sweetlifebake for the latest news.
2015
Hippocrene Books
new cookBooks
tHe gHana cookBook
FrAN oSSeo-ASAre AND BArBArA BAëTA
With its fast-growing economy, Ghana is becoming a popular
destination for travelers and its cuisine has caught the attention
of food writers and celebrity chefs like anthony Bourdain. there
are virtually no mainstream cookbooks that focus solely on
Ghana’s cuisine, but authors Osseo-asare and Baëta intend to
remedy that with this offering. The Ghana Cookbook explores
the flavors, ingredients and techniques most common in
Ghana. With an emphasis on fresh, local ingredients—especially
vegetables, fruits, and legumes—Ghana’s cuisine is vibrant,
healthful and eminently appealing. also, since Ghana cannot
grow wheat, most of its traditional recipes are gluten-free.
the authors highlight flavor principles, seasoning techniques,
and basic stocks, with later chapters dedicated to snacks, soups
and stews, protein entrees, beverages, baked goods, and much
more. among the 140 recipes, you’ll find Kofi Brokeman
(roasted ripe plantain and dry roasted peanuts), Fante-fante
Fisherman’s soup, Jollof rice with Chicken, Atadwe Milkye
(tiger Nut Pudding), and Lemongrass tea. Historical and cultural notes throughout put the cuisine in its broader context.
October
Paperback ∙ 6 x 9 ∙ 240 pages
16-page color photo insert
Fran osseo-Asare, MsW, Phd, is an internationally recognized expert
on sub-saharan african cuisine and Ghanaian cuisine in particular. she
is author of several books on african cooking and culture including A
Good Soup Attracts Chairs (Pelican Publishing, 1993, 2001), and Food
Culture in Sub-Saharan Africa (Greenwood Press, 2005). she has also
written for publications such as Gastronomica, soujourners, spirit, and
Food, Culture and society. a popular speaker and teacher, she was invited as a ted Fellow to represent african cuisine in arusha, tanzania
in 2007 at tedGlobal: africa, the Next Chapter. she resides in state
College, Pa. Visit her website, www.betumi.com, for the latest news.
Barbara Baëta, owner and founder of Flair Catering services, Ltd., a
catering agency and cooking school, was one of the first professionally trained caterers in Ghana. she is considered a national treasure in
Ghana and has been showcasing the country and its food to foreign
guests for decades. In 2009 her company catered a meal (breakfast
for 600) served to President Obama during his state visit to Ghana.
IsBN 13: 978-0-7818-1343-3
IsBN 10: 0-7818-1343-3
$19.95 (CaN $24.95)
rights: World
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new cookBooks
Hippocrene Books
2015
tHe kerala kitcHen:
recipes and recollections froM tHe syrian
cHristians of soutH india
LATHIKA GeorGe
New paperback
edition!
“the best of Kerala’s fine foods”
—Madhur Jaffrey, author of Flavours of India
“ . . . so much more than a cookbook: It is a travelogue,
memoir, and food diary. What better way to understand
the community of syrian Christians of Kerala—my community—than through our appetites. The Kerala Kitchen
is a must … the easy and elegantly described recipes,
the primer on spices and their uses, make these dishes
accessible to all. enjoy!”
—Abraham Verghese, author of
Cutting for Stone and My Own Country
March
Paperback ∙ 8 x 9 ∙ 240 pages
2 color ∙ 16-page color photo insert
IsBN 13: 978-0-7818-1344-0
IsBN 10: 0-7818-1344-1
$22.50 (CaN $27.95)
rights: World except India
since ancient times, seafarers and traders have been drawn by
the lure of spices to Kerala, a verdant, tropical state on the Malabar Coast of south India. saint thomas also traveled this spice
route, converting several Brahmin families who later intermarried with syrians who had settled here; thus was born the vibrant syrian Christian community of Kerala. today, ayurvedic
massage resorts and backwater cruises make this scenic land a
top tourist destination, and spices still draw both travelers and
gourmands to its rich culinary heritage. It is this legacy that The
Kerala Kitchen brings us, through 150 delectable recipes and the
unforgettable stories that accompany them. authentic and
easy to prepare, these recipes are adapted for the North american kitchen, and accompanied by a guide to spices, herbs, and
equipment, as well as a glossary of food terms.
Hardcover edition IsBN:
978-0-7818-1184-2
Lathika George is a Bombay-born syrian Christian who moved to
Kerala during her teens. a culinary enthusiast, she has studied home
science and creative writing. she is a landscape designer and writer and
lives in Kodaikanal in south India with her husband George.
2015
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new cookBooks
estonian tastes & traditions
KArIN ANNuS KärNer
New paperback
edition!
the cuisine of estonia, the northernmost of the Baltic nations, is
little known outside the country’s borders. simple and satisfying,
the cuisine is based on such staples as potatoes, pork, preserved
fish, and dark bread. sauces are made from milk, sour cream, or
cottage cheese and the main flavorings are salt and pepper,
onions, and fresh herbs. estonians today still observe the old culinary traditions. Christmas eve (Jõululaupäev) is still celebrated
with roast pork (seapraad), blood sausage (verivorstid), sweetbreads (magussaiad), and gingersnap cookies (piparkoogid).
Visitors are welcomed with a “coffee table” (kohvilaud) of open
face sandwiches (võileivad), filled turnovers (pirukad), and sweets
such as cheese danish (mulgikorp) and cakes (koogid).
this comprehensive book contains 248 traditional and modern
recipes, all designed for the contemporary kitchen with readily
available ingredients. additionally, extensive historical and cultural information and an estonian-english/english-estonian
glossary of culinary terms are included.
March
Paperback ∙ 6 x 9 ∙ 354 pages
Karin Annus Kärner is a first-generation estonian american and resident
of New york where she works as a television producer. Karin has been
an active member of the estonian-american community in the U.s. she
wrote and tested all the recipes in the book with her mother Ingrid, and
her daughter aleksa, who hopes to carry on their family’s estonian food
tastes and traditions.
2 color
IsBN 13: 978-0-7818-1345-7
IsBN 10: 0-7818-1345-X
$18.95 (CaN $23.50)
rights: World
Hardcover edition IsBN:
978-0-7818-1122-4
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polisH interest
Hippocrene Books
2015
polisH Heritage & lifestyles:
a How-to guide for polonians
roBerT STryBeL
do you know why december 23rd is the most important day of
the year on the Polish calendar? Or why many Poles celebrate
their nameday rather than their birthday? Why are newlyweds
always welcomed with bread and salt? Would you know how to
hold a Polish Mardi Gras Ball, prepare a third of May banquet, or
plan a Polish wedding?
If you want to embrace your Polish heritage, this how-to guide
will serve as a mini-encyclopedia of Polish traditions. you’ll find
the history of numerous holidays and customs together with
step-by-step instructions on how to incorporate them into your
everyday life.
June
Paperback ∙ 6 x 9 ∙ 288 pages
IsBN 13: 978-0-7818-1346-4
IsBN 10: 0-7818-1346-8
$16.95 (CaN $20.95)
Polish Heritage & Lifestyles is divided into three sections: Calendar
of Polish Festivities; Polish rites of Passage; and Background,
Ideas, and resources. religious and secular celebrations and
milestones are given historical context and their modern-day
practice. you’ll find poems, song lyrics, blessings, greetings, baby
names, etiquette and numerous lists of resources. this guide
makes a wonderful gift for younger Polish americans seeking to
reconnect with their family’s heritage, or as a reference for your
Polish-interest library.
rights: World
aLsO By rOBert stryBeL
Polish Heritage Cookery:
Illustrated and Expanded
978-0-7818-1124-8, $55.00HC
Polish Holiday Cookery
978-0-7818-0994-8, $24.95HC
robert Strybel was born in Hamtramck, Michigan, detroit's once
predominantly Polish suburb. He received a master's degree in Polish
studies from the University of Wisconsin, and taught Polish language
and history courses before moving to Warsaw, Poland. He spent more
than three decades there as a correspondent for the Polish-american
press, and for 33 years worked for reuters News agency. Over the last
40 years, he has answered thousands of letters and e-mails about every
imaginable Polish-interest topic and still regularly writes an “ask our Man
in Warsaw” column for the Am-Pol Eagle. With his Polish-born wife, Maria,
he co-authored Polish Heritage Cookery and Polish Holiday Cookery, both
published by Hippocrene Books.
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Beginner’s Russian
with Interactive
Online Workbook
Mastering Arabic 1
with 2 Audio CDs,
2nd Edition
Haitian Creole-English/
English-Haitian Creole
Concise Dictionary
Arabic-English /
English-Arabic
Practical Dictionary
978-0-7818-1251-1
$35.00PB
978-0-7818-1238-2
$35.00PB
978-0-7818-0275-8
$13.95PB
978-0-7818-1045-6
$27.50PB
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Haitian Creole-English /
English-Haitian Creole
Dictionary & Phrasebook
Spanish-English/
English-Spanish
Practical Dictionary
Tagalog-English /
English-Tagalog
Standard Dictionary
978-0-7818-1094-4
$14.95PB
978-0-7818-0179-9
$14.95PB
978-0-7818-0960-3
$32.00PB
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Swahili-English/
English-Swahili
Practical Dictionary
978-0-7818-0480-6
$27.50PB
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Farsi-English / EnglishFarsi Concise Dictionary
978-0-7818-0860-6
$14.95PB
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Vietnamese-English/
English-Vietnamese
Practical Dictionary
978-0-7818-1244-3
$19.95PB
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