Picture Reading tells a thousand stories « Mummy Knows Best - The hands-on mum's guide to cool kids' stuff

Picture BookPicture BookI was amazed with this fantastic reading tool that has absolutely no letters or words on any of the pages. That?s because it?s a ?Picture Reading? book.

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son loves going through the different themes. There are eight themes like ?road?, ?public garden?, ?village?, ?building? and ?games played by grandparents? ? all illustrated by Madhuri Purandare.

The images are scenes off Indian life and so the road page has a balloon seller, bhaji wala, cop, scooters? ? action packed imagery with some new story emerging each time.

The book also comes with a ?suggestions for use? and provides a guideline of what type of questions to ask based on the age of the child. So there?s info for pre-schoolers, standards I-II and III-IV. Very interesting and very useful tips.

The other fascinating aspect is that picture books can be used to teach languages for any age group. An overall unique fun learning tool. Try it.

Picture Reading by Madhuri Purandare. Rs. 90/- available at Sutradhar, 59/1, 10 A Main, 3 cross, Indiranagar, Stage 2 Bangalore. 080 25288545 / 080 25215191. Sometimes available at Crosswords near the Tulika books. Else order online through Flipkart.

3 Responses to “Picture Reading tells a thousand stories”

  1. Anu says:

    This sounds wonderful!! shall try to get hold of it. Wish bookstores in Bombay would stock such stuff…

  2. Zenobia says:

    Interestesting concept!

  3. Priya says:

    Anu, that was my reaction too when I actually visited the Sutradhar store in Bangalore recently. It’s a fantastic place for books, wooden toys, puzzles and lots more. I’ve got my son a microscope, periscope and stethoscope from the store along with a wooden clock that can help teach kids to read the time.