The book explains each and every planet in a child friendly way and increases the curiosity in the readers to know more about the mysteries they enfold.
The book involves a cat – a smart cat who wants to feed some “food” to the plants. So, the cat parent explains to him how plants can make their own food.
I have always felt Evolution is way too complex to be explained to children, and even adults! However, the book Evolution for Smartypants proved me quite wrong.
The book has explained the very concept of gravity in the most simple terms for little ones. What is gravity and what are the factors that define the force is explained with the help of examples from our surroundings.
Here’s a selection of picture books (for children between ages 4-7) by Indian authors, that are absolute favourites at Nandita da Cunha’s home. These are the books her daughters (now 7 and 9) have read and re-read (and continue to do so…!)
My 12 yo daughter, Aarini loves reading funny books. She has been going through her personal collection during lockdown and re-reading many of them. She highly recommends the following books, especially when you’re looking for…Continue Reading