The 36rd issue of Hebbawe magazine was released earlier this week in
Iraq. Hebbawe is an Assyrian children's magazine that promotes the usage
word Hebbawe means flower, and the magazine was founded in 2009 with
the financial help of Sarkis Aghajan. It is circulated throughout
northern Iraq free of charge by the Chaldean Syriac Assyrian Popular Council's various cultural organization affiliates.
The magazine's content include children story-telling, Christian
prayers, and advice for children regarding various subjects.
As an adult in the diaspora, you too can use this magazine to improve your Assyrian language skills!
To download this month's issue, click here. (62.4 MB)