I love this visual dictionary except for three things: I am a still a beginner in Hebrew, so it would make it a LOT easier to learn and remember the words if there was an Anglicised transliteration underneath each word with the stressed syllables in bold or caps (like in a Berlitz phrase book). Second, the words are very small and this only makes it worse for me as a beginner because it's hard to distinguish some of the vowel points (I am thankful that they are included, however, and I understand that the small words make it possible to cover a lot of material on each page). My third issue is that it is all black and white with no color, which is a little disappointing to me after seeing other visual dictionaries Jean-Claude Corbeil has worked on which had full-color pictures and glossy pages (I realize that this is not always possible with different publishers, but it's nice when you are accustomed to it). Ultimately, the usefulness of this book far outweighs its shortcomings, and it provides vocabulary for thousands of everyday and technical things. I think I would use it more often and have a much easier time learning those words if they were presented in a more beginner-friendly way.