About The Book
The younger lot is never the one to give diplomatic answers to questions. They desire apt replies when they have something to talk about, or have questions regarding various aspects that strike an immediate connect. A work of art as a matter of point only requires an honest heart for appreciation, quite possibly of a kid, who genuinely understand the joy it goes on to provide.
Touch And Feel Playbook (The Very Hungry Caterpillar), the children's picture book whose theme showcased the transformation of an unflattering caterpillar to a surreal butterfly was an instant rage. The several reasons in ensuring such a result was the eye-catchy detail in terms of weekdays and food among other. The book also discusses a butterfly's life cycle. It convinced the parents of their off-springs lapping up and inheriting the joy of learning visually too.
Eric Carle's pictures on a general level too have managed to brand themselves efficiently and gather attention with their innovative methods. He revamps his infant-learning initiatives from time to time. Touch And Feel Playbook (The Very Hungry Caterpillar) by Eric Carle did well to register a strong impact by ingraining the fundamental knowledge in toddlers and one-year-olds. The very basics with regard to the cognizance of colours, shapes, numbers and first words is conveyed through textures, pictures and words. Printed in a board-book format, the 12 page book earned rave reviews from parents for the genuine efforts of the publishers to connect with infants. It was published on 7th March, 2013.
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