Tales for Toddlers Collection (Age 1-3)
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Tales for Toddlers Collection – 1 to 3 Years
Introduce toddlers to basic concepts through this collection of diverse, high-quality books with colourful pages and vibrant child-friendly illustrations. They’re eye-catching enough to hold your kid’s attention and are just the thing to start your toddlers in on reading and understanding the world around them. From all the things you can count on a rainy day, to finding out about floating objects and camouflage, to cities and languages in rhymes sung by Usha Uthup, this exciting collection covers a lot of ground. Watch as your toddler discovers a brand-new world of learning through these books!
Tales for Toddlers Collection includes:
1. One Rainy Day
Shobha Viswanath combines counting skills with the art of storytelling to create a timeless board book for early readers. Illustrators Ashwathy P. S. and Anusha Sundar use a combination of collages, photography, and design to stunningly capture a rainy day.
2. Something’s Hiding!
Colonel Nath says his uniform is called camouflage! But how could that be?! Does he blend in with every landscape? Does he ‘hide’ like a tiger in grass or
a chameleon on a branch?
Pooja Sagar’s ingenious story takes us down a little girl’s wild imagination, while Divya George’s beautiful, detailed illustrations make every page a game to identify several camouflaged creatures!
3. Something’s Floating
On a wide and sparkling moat, something’s floating…
Daya Subramanian weaves a beautiful cumulative tale, perfectly complemented by Rika Sakai’s dream-like illustrations, in this concept book that introduces toddlers to floating objects.
4. Karadi Rhymes Pack
At Karadi, we believe in Indian rhymes for Indian kids. We create rhymes that every Indian kid can relate to – our rhymes are about mangoes, not daffodils; bhelpuris, not apple pies; kites, not surfboards. Most importantly, these rhymes are not just for children – they’re for adults as well. These rhymes are set to simple Indian ragas and make for easy and fun learning. Sung magnificently by Usha Uthup, these rhymes are for you to sing along with and dance to.