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Are You My Mother?

Cover of Klingon version
"Are You My Mother?" is a children's book by P. D. Eastman published in 1960. (1) The story was translated into Klingon by Michael Roney circa 2009 and revised in 2012. The Klingon title SoSwI' SoH'a' is a literal translation of the original. The cover of the Klingon version uses the Code2000 font to display pIqaD. The translator's name is displayed as his Klingon name naHQun. The current draft can be seen on Facebook.

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1 : Are You My Mother? on Wikipedia, retrieved on 01 Jan 2017

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Category: Appearance    Latest edit: 05 Jan 2017, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 01 Jan 2017 by KlingonTeacher

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