The text in the book manages to strike the perfect balance between being informative, yet staying humorous and appealing to the child. Of course, the most attractive part of the book is the fact that it can be personalised with your child’s name, which means that while reading the child gets to hear his/her name woven into the story! It doesn’t get cooler than that!
This book is a gentle introduction to the concept of gender equality. It starts with the fact that girls and boys can be different- have long hair, short hair, wear different things, because kids notice these things and think boys and girls are meant to be different. The book goes on to explain how despite liking different things at times, most times they like the same things, feel same emotions, and do same things like cooking.
This is our entry to the exciting #kbcBookBingoJr ! Apart from the baby books (touch and feel types), most of the books shared here are appropriate for 3-6 years. 1. A dino book – Harry…Continue Reading
Title: Nomad’s LandAuthor: Paro AnandPublisher: Talking Club Type: PaperbackAge Group: 12 years+ In a world that is increasingly divided on the basis of religion, with intolerance and hatred becoming more common, one often wonders “Where…Continue Reading
Title: When The Four Went Time Travelling (Stories By Amyra) Author: Amyra Wadhwa Illustrated by Kanika Kush Type: Paperback Age Group: 4-9 years We all have fantasies that we secretly wish would come true, and…Continue Reading
My child has always had a very keen interest in sea creatures and aquatic life. In fact, he has learnt A for Anglerfish, B for Beluga Whale, C for Clownfish! Needless to say, we have…Continue Reading