Stories are the perfect way to introduce your child to new concepts and ideas, or to encourage their natural enthusiasm and interest in their world. Complete with accurate illustrations of Australian plants and creatures, this story shows children that there are amazing things all around nature: Previous post: The Book.
My Little World by Julia Cooke: What a neat concept to have your children learn. Megan Blandford is a writer, blogger and book reviewer.
Worth a look if you have little ones around or if you're just addicted to picture books, like me! He asks for them every night and even sleeps with his own little carrot-eating wombat. These are the times you can turn to books.
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I love hiking, too, and hope my daughter will love it when she's a bit older - and I look forward to her pointing out all the things I'm missing! I must admit too that some of them are new ones for me.. The disappointment, however, soon turns to excitement when she realises that there are just as many things to discover at her height, and she revels in watching her own version of this interesting world.
My Little World is a new one for me. Thanks for sharing. Rufus the Numbat by David Miller: Enjoy reading! We hike a lot and my girls are constantly pointing out things to me that I would have otherwise missed. PS — during the day, take the books outside for a read in between play times too!
Read the comments or scroll down to add your own: Here are five fantastic picture books about the world around us: Farmer, gardener, former echidna milker true story! And just in time for Earth Day on April 22. The greatest appeal of this story is the amazing paper sculpture illustrations and the unusual contrast between the slow, methodical text and frantic visual scenes.
This is the adventure of a boy trying to escape his haircut, heading outside instead, and resulting in a beautiful tale of seeds growing for future generations. This is a wonderful list of books.