A beautiful read, Clock In The Jungle author Ketki Pandit artfully takes little readers and listeners through the time table of jungle life, particularly the lives of the animals that inhabit the Western Ghats.
Because a book a day keeps us going in every which way! Here is our Top Thirty books for 3-6 year olds.
Our reading journey has always been supported by a melting pot of different kinds of books. But the stories that we have seen work the magic that only books can, are the ones where the underlying thread is about human emotions. Little children deal with such big big feelings, and we often get trapped in naming those feelings. What has worked for us, though, is not naming them, but seeing them imbibed in characters, and learning how to nurture or manage them through the story arc.
When my first was born, we bought a flurry of books, hard, soft, black and white, colourful, pop ups, stories, sounds books, shapes, lift-the-flaps, whatever one may find. So by the time smallie arrived, we…Continue Reading
Ever so often we talk of finding books to read with our little ones that help them address big and small emotions. Express them. Name them. But sometimes it’s the books that show them those…Continue Reading
Title – Here We Are and What We’ll Build Author – Oliver Jeffers Type – Hardcover Age group – 2 – 6 years Here We Are and What We’ll Build by Oliver Jeffers I’m reviewing…Continue Reading