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Laminated poster, 18×24
The funkiest Aleph-Bet poster you’ve ever seen! Each letter is formed by a picture; the clue is the initial sound of the English word, matched to the Hebrew letter’s sound. Gimel is Girl, Tet is Telephone, SHin is SHip, Kof is Cough, and TZadi — well, that’s a hard one, which was solved with piZZa.
The poster was done by Susanna Spektor Yaari of San Diego, and is a delightful idea for a child’s bedroom poster, or a Hebrew School classroom wall decoration.
USPS no longer allows shipping of posters via Media Mail, so you should select USPS PRIORITY MAIL for shipping.