Unlike endangered animals or heritage buildings, the lack of a physical form presents an initial challenge to broadening community awareness of minority languages. It is an obvious point that spoken language cannot be seen, however it is important to consider the impact of a lack of physical forms on those unofficial languages.
"Ynzer boümmüter" is the first children's book in Wymysorys language, authored by Carlo Ritchie- an Australian linguist and the founder of the Accademia Wilamowicziana.
The traditional language of the Southern Polish town of Wilamowice, Wymysorys is the smallest language in the West Germanic family. If not for recent efforts to engage the town’s younger population in learning their traditional language, Wymysorys would be considered moribund, with only isolated cases of children learning the language since the conclusion of the Second World War.