A sensory picture book suitable for aged 2+
Establish the ability of independent thinking through jumping out of the box
The language of color conveys the most sincere emotions. Understand life through colors!
"This rock is so big, so smooth and round!"
A grey boulder appeared on the road out of nowhere, blocking the way of the animals. They start to discuss ideas from their perspectives, how it appeared, and who does it belong to. When they realize the power of unity, they know its time to move the rock. Just when they start pushing it, a great sneeze came out, this rock is actually a....
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Can we draw conclusions by looking at the whole picture of things? Thinking outside the box is the beginning of independent thinking.
The first one to discover the rock is the rabiit. The rabbit keeps telling the others "this is a huge rock." Hence everyone observes the "rock" base on this presumption, with no one questioning it and expressing their own opinion. The book brings out the importance of independent thinking through a simple story, allowing young readers to establish their ability to think through cute illustrations.
The language of color conveys the most sincere emotions.
Each animal has their own bright and cute color, in which color is a form of language. When young readers are unable to understand texts, the color in the book can help them understanding the plot. In addition, colors and texts concur with each other to help kids remember the story with strong focus and anticipation. The last sudden, strong sneeze will delight the reading experience.
Similar sentence patterns, stacked with rhythm and rhythm
The book is perfect for reading out aloud, with similar sentence patterns stacking with each other. Besides from helping the kids to remember the story with ease, the stacking patterns can also build up story intension. Let the last sneeze reveal the answer!