Together

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Book Name: Together

Author:  Jane Simmons

Publisher:  Orchard Books

Theme/Topic: This picture book’s theme is the similarities and differences. Two dogs that are very different at all levels are very good friends. So a conflict!  They cannot accept each other’s differences….

What You’ll Love About This Book: Too cute! Me and my son both loved picture books and we found this really really cute.
“Together” is a delightful story of the ups and downs of having a best friend. Author introduces kids to two adorable dogs, big Mousse and little Nut, who become friends one rainy day. Soon, they are doing everything together, until they start to notice little differences. And when those differences become more pronounced, their friendship falls apart…until they learn a valuable life lesson about commitment and sticking it out.
A great story about how despite your differences, you can still be best friends. I think this book does a great job showing kids that no matter how different their friends are, they can still find a common ground and become best friends like Mousse and Nut. Loved the message that we don’t have to do everything together in order to be best friends.It’s a worth buy.

Gajapati Kulapati Gurrburrrrooom!

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Book Name:  Gajapati Kulapati Gurrburrrrooom!

Author:         Ashok Rajagopalan

Illustrator:   Ashok Rajagopalan

Publisher:    Tulika Publishers

Theme/Topic: A cute elephant with a funny name and lots of friends. But elephant is fell sick…

What You’ll Love About This Book: This is the latest addition in our library and we are just loving this. I don’t know why I didn’t buy this earlier. As this is a perfect read aloud book. You can start reading this as early as possible.

A little cute elephant with a funny name and he has lots of friends and all love him. A cheerful cast of characters. A simple story that will appeal to the youngest readers. Fun sounds that can be made while reading aloud.

A heavy meal given by his loving friends hat the Gajapati gets a tummy ache. What do Gajapati’s friends do to make him feel better? What is the best way to get rid of an annoying stomach ache? (It involves a certain ‘f-word’ that children love.).

The illustrations by author are inviting and entertaining. Gajapati looks quite adorable and the sounds that accompany the story is so cheerful. A perfect read aloud or read along picture book. For young readers. A must read. Happy Reading!!!

 

 

1001 Bugs To Spot

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Book Name : 1001 Bugs To Spot

Author: Emma Helbrough

Illustrator: Teri Gower

Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd

Theme/Topic: Spot variety of insects on each page….

What You’ll Love About This Book: Crawling with bugs to find, count and talk about, this fascinating picture book provides hours of puzzle-solving fun. Spot beetles , butterflies flitting through the jungle, caterpillars munching on cabbage leaves, and many, many more bugs. The book has detailed photographs of the most common bugs which aid in identification of insects and education about their habitats.Bright, busy scenes provide plenty of material for both readers and pre-readers to talk about, with things to find and count on every page. This is a recent addition in our library and we are loving it.

 

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!

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.

 

 

The Snail And The Whale

Book Name : The Snail and the Whale

Author: Julia Donaldson

Illustrator: Axel Scheffler

Publisher: Macmillan Publishers

Type: Picture book, Rhyme

Theme/Topic: What happens when a tiny snail meets a humpback whale, the two travel together to far-off lands. It’s a dream come true for the snail.

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What You’ll Love About This Book : This story is written by Julia Donaldson who is known as an award-winning and much-loved UK children’s author and her collaboration with equally talented Axel Scheffler, who achieved worldwide acclaim for his illustrations, and his books have been translated into over 27 languages.The duo made it such a beautiful and memorable both visually and verbally.Containing beautiful illustrations and featuring Donaldson’s trademark hypnotic rhyming The Snail and the Whale will delight children between the ages of 3 and 8. Travel, adventure, friendship and kindness are the book’s main themes within a nautical tale that sounds best when read out aloud.It allows for participation in the reading process and is a great book for working on sounding out different words with children. The vocabulary occasionally require explanation, however it all helps to broaden little minds as well.

A beautiful addition to a little one’s library.