This book is a common sense guide to help children find their own path. It is filled with anecdotes and examples. It guides you gently without being preachy.
Why does it rain, what is wind, how does rainbow form, why does it thunder, how does lightning work….? The list goes on and on. This book is a perfect solution for answering all the questions.
The authors of this book have finally unlocked the secret of peaceful sleep for baby as well as its caregiver/s.
This book is nicely written and engaging especially with many real life scenarios and stories which put things in perspective making for easy understanding and implementation.
I have always loved reading. In fact, my bedtime reading routine is a must or I just can’t sleep. Books have always held a special place, but in the past year since we are stuck at home due to the pandemic, books have been more than just books. They are friends, play buddies (I use them like blocks to stack and make roads to drive our trucks on). They are also our food and bath buddies (yes, Mumma has to read while I play in the bathtub pretending to get clean). Sometimes I even sleep on them. So it’s difficult to choose a few from so many I love. So I made my Mumma list a few.
In this book, Kayu’s mother is worried about Kayu who only seems obsessed with circles. Kayu also finds it difficult to connect with others. But it all comes together for Kayu when his love of circles overlaps his friends’ love for cricket.