Little Beaver And The Echo

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Book Name :Little Beaver and the Echo

Author: Amy MacDonald

Illustrator: Sarah Fox-Davies

Publisher: Puffin Books

Theme/Topic:This book is about Little Beaver and his echo. Little Beaver is lonely. He didn’t have any friends which made him very sad and he began to cry.

What You’ll Love About This Book: This book is about Little Beaver and his echo. Little Beaver is lonely. He didn’t have any friends which made him very sad and he began to cry. As he cries he hears someone across the pond. Is it a new friend? On the way he meets others who want a friend too. At the other side of the pond there is a wise old Beaver. He tells Little Beaver about Echo. Does Little Beaver find a friend? You will have to read the book to find out. This is a good book. It teaches that friends can be found in unexpected places. Little Beaver and the Echo is perfect for little ones at quiet-time or bedtime. The illustrations are also well done. . Great book to have in your child’s library. Ages 4-8.

 

 

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My Little Brother

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Book Name : My Little Brother

Author: Debi Gliori

Illustrator: Debi Gliori

Publisher: Walker Books

Theme/Topic:A younger Brother always Bother to his elder sister.So she started wishing if he could just disappear…

What You’ll Love About This Book:

This is a cute story of a girl and her younger brother who always follow her like a shadow. Her little Brother is a Bother; in fact, as she writes the book’s title on the mirror with lipstick, she adds the first ‘r’ in brother only as an afterthought. We have real emotions as an exasperated older sister tries all sorts of ways to get rid of her shadow of a little brother. Wishing that he would “just disappear”, the older sibling dresses as a witch and tries “magic”, him away But when she awakens one night to find her brother’s crib empty. Debi Gliori uses every device at her disposal to build suspense. Her clever arrangement of text and pictures and her double-page spread of his imagined fate were pored over again and again, as was the delightful ending. Readers who have known pesty younger siblings will relate to this very well. A very good read again and again!!!

 

 

Owl Babies

 

Book Name : Owl Babies

Author: Martin Waddell

Illustrator: Patrick Benson

Publisher: Walker Books

Theme/Topic:This is the story of three baby owls who wake up one night in their nest and found that their mother is not there, so they sit on the branch and wait, wondering when she will return……..

What You’ll Love About This Book :

This is a fabulous story.A tender tale to remind the youngest of children that Mommy always comes back. Especially as a working mother I could relate to this story so well.I found this so interesting because it does deal with the fears of mama disappearing, which is clearly related. The story involves three baby owls who wake to find mama gone and they try to reassure themselves that she is going to return soon. The youngest is not convinced and keeps repeating: “I want my mama.” It is the essential cry of the young child. It deals well with a common fear of young children, it has wonderful repetition, rich language and yet is not heavy on text. Many generations have enjoyed this book and many more will continue to love it! No doubt about it!

Your Turn Now – True stories of Kindness for Children

Book Name: Your Turn Now – True stories of Kindness for Children

Author: Lubaina Bandukwala 

Publisher: FunOkPlease Content Publishing Pvt. Ltd.

Theme/Topic:Your Turn Now, the book contains more than 40 children’s stories for kids about making the world a better place through simple acts of kindness. 



What You’ll Love About This Book : I read somewhere “Kindness changes the brain by the experience of kindness. Children and adolescents do not learn kindness by only thinking about it and talking about it. Kindness is best learned by feeling it so that they can reproduce it. “By Patty O’Grady, PhD, an expert in neuroscience, emotional learning, and positive psychology, specializes in education.

Stories always captivate minds. They are better to instill any concept than loads of theory.Recently when I found this book I realized how true is that.  Your Turn Now book does the same. It will be an enlightening read! Make the world a better place to live in!.I finished this book at one go as I was aware of the concept, but the presentation of this book to a 5 year old child is what makes this book special.This book tells us real stories how people have found out ways to help people for not any favor but just as gesture to make this world a better place to live. And how the chain is followed by others. A very inspiring and positive book. This book is a must read book for all ages.

 

Underpants For Ants

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Book Name : Underpants For Ants

Author: Russell Punter

Illustrator: Fred Blunt

Publisher: Usborne

Theme/Topic:The ants are feeling a bit chilly – can Mouse help with her knitting skills?…….

What You’ll Love About This Book :It’s a short silly story that made my son laugh so much.We enjoyed reading aloud this many times. It’s a humorously illustrated picture book for beginner readers – great fun to read aloud together. With simple rhyming text and phonic repetition specially designed to develop essential language.It’s worth the few minutes it takes to read it for the laughs it gets.

The Other Day I Met A Bear

 

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Book Name : The Other Day I Met a Bear

Author: Michael Rosen

Illustrator: Russell Ayto

Publisher: Walker Publishers

Theme/Topic: A boy meets a bear.There is a thrilling chase and lucky escape…

What You’ll Love About This Book : This is a picture book for children who are learning to read.Frankly we didn’t like it much its very much ok. We only like pictures.Picture illustration is really good. Try once if you like.

 

Living In Space

 

Book Name :Living in Space

Author: Katie Daynes

Publisher: Usborne

Theme/Topic : How do astronauts travel into space? Where do they live when they get there? What do they do all day? In this book you’ll find the answers and lots more amazing facts about living in space.

What You’ll Love About This Book : My 5 year old who is very inquisitive.He is so interested in space and this was the perfect book that he could read even all by himself. I love Usborne books, this again a favorite one as pictorial presentation is superb with easy reading text.In this book you’ll find the answers and lots more amazing facts about living in space. A good read for 4 year plus kids.