Wait describes a common experience that happens to parents. The mother in the story is in a rush, pulls her child's little hand while crossing the road, and constantly repeats "Hurry up!" The child, on the other hand, keeps stopping to look at the little dog on the road, to talk to the workers fixing the road, and to feed the ducks in the park some bread. It suddenly starts raining, and the mother's footsteps grow more hurried, and her voice becomes less patient. At this moment, the child pulls on his mother's clothes, and she finally stops and realizes what her child has discovered - a beautiful rainbow across the sky.
The book teaches parents all over to slow down, enjoy the present and not be in a hurry all the time.
|Author: 安托瓦妮特·波蒂斯||Translated by: 连涟|
|Publisher: 二十一世纪出版社||Pages: 40||Type: Hardcover 精装|
Simple, bold illustrations with such important message to teach.
My daughter absolutely love it!