Pretty April books for kids: Help your child learn the easy way

03 April 2018, 05:54 PM
Pretty April books for your child(Representational Image)
Pretty April books for your child(Representational Image)

Pretty April Books? Never thought of it, or have you? There are many books that your child can relish during the pleasant April month. April is a happy month for children, as spring splashes its radiant colours in its full glory and the scorching summer is yet to dawn. It’s a great fun time for kids to learn about the surrounding nature as all the plants are in full bloom, trees are green, birds are everywhere and butterflies are out. This time around, gift your child happy books on nature and make it the happiest April to remember.

Buy your child some books on nature and enjoy a day out together in the garden or in the park.

Five Pretty April Books your child would love. Open the world of nature to your child with these books.

1 - Butterfly – A book of colours by Petr Horaeck. It is a story about a little girl who goes out in search of a pretty butterfly in a garden and finds many attractive bugs. Written in simple text, for two to seven-year-old children, the book is a delight for innocent minds.

2 -The Falling Flowers by Jennifer B Reed. The story is about a grandmother and her granddaughter in Tokyo, Japan. The grandmother takes the granddaughter out in the city to show the beauty of her city as the cherry blossoms are in full bloom.

3 -I Love Bugs by Philemon Sturges. With bright and attractive illustrations, it is a useful book on bugs and insects for kids. It provides interesting facts and information about bugs of all kinds. Often kids are drawn to insects and bugs. This book will help children to learn about bugs.

4 -Big Earth and Little Me by Thom Wiley. With simple text and happy illustrations, the book is ideal for three-four years or below for early learning on environment. Children are conscious about their environment and the book would help them to know about the earth better.

5 -Birds by Kevin Henkes. The cover of the book itself is pretty and attractive. Illustrated by Laura Dronzek, the picture of colourful birds on the cover would instinctively draw children to delve into the book. Pretty pictures in pretty colours does the trick for this book. 

Lead and guide your child to read happy books. Help your child learn about nature from the beginning and let him or her grow into a beautiful being.

First Published: Tuesday, April 03, 2018 04:16 PM
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