The book introduces the animals along with their baby animals and their siblings and grand parents and aunts and uncles in the most unique way. The book uses Indian kinship names to introduce the family of animals.
Have you ever heard of or seen an ELEPANDA or a CRONKEY? Well, you will, once you read this book!
It’s a fabulous non fiction picture book that talks about 12 endangered species across the globe. The author has kept the information short and precise which makes it easy for young minds to comprehend. The passages about every animal include — its geographical range, endangered status, probable reasons that threaten their existence and also some peculiar traits.
The book talks about how all the animals visit the water hole and how they leave the place because the water hole dries up. When it rains, the water hole is filled up again and the animals come back. The illustrations are beautifully painted like real scenes from a jungle.
The story is short and sweet, perfect for younger children. It teaches children about the loneliness of Noi, the friendship between Noi and the baby whale, the kindness of Noi and how Noi’s dad, who is a single parent here, juggles between work and home.
Author: Anita Badhwar Book type: Paperback Age group: 2-5 years This book is about a princess who is super excited to go for a jungle safari and see the animals which she hasn’t seen before.…Continue Reading