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Little Parachutes: Situation books for young children

Search for books that have good illustrations and are colorful enough. If your child seems to be getting drawn to books, make a small ‘library shelf’ in the corner of their room, where the books can be collected. Once they start getting excited about the concept of collecting books, they would soon start demanding more books, and hence would end up reading more! And what better thing to get your little one than some educative books for very young children?!

For story books for very young children you cannot depend much on their word power. Hence, your focus maybe towards the power of their imagination, where they can ‘read’ picture stories to develop their imagination. Sit with the children as they read their story books, and make it interesting for them. Help them understand what the pictures mean and ask them to participate and give their own viewpoints on what they think the pictures mean to say.

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 Books for Young Children:

Great books for young children – the kids and co

Books for very young children should be selected very carefully. This is because this is the time when a child gets his/her first reading experience, and it determines his attitude towards books. If the books he is introduced to are well picked and interesting, it is obvious that he would look forward to reading again in future. If you do not know where to begin your book hunt from, then here are a few ideas that you should consider.

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