Books make a great gift that keeps on giving.
THE all-time classic picture book, from generation to generation! Have you shared it with a child or grandchild in your life?
This beautiful board book edition is perfect for teaching the days of the week, and offers readers an interactive experience.
"The very hungry caterpillar literally eats his way through the pages of the book—and right into your child's heart..." —Mother's Manual
"Gorgeously illustrated, brilliantly innovative..." —The New York Times Book Review
Recommended for Ages: 0-6
Format: Board book
Language: Simplified Chinese
Author: 艾瑞克·卡尔 Eric Carle
Translated by: 郑明进
This story book is great for learning the life cycle of a butterfly. It's also great for learning about fruits and food, and can be used to learn some basic counting! There's also a small moral behind the story that too much snacks isn't good for you.
Dear Becks, thank you for sharing the different pointers! It's amazing how much we can learn from good books, and we're so privileged to send them to you (:
A classic book to have for both in Chinese and English. My children and I love it! So much learning took place with this book. Using bookish play for Chinese is one effective way to get our children to be interested and pick up new words verbally or recognising the Chinese characters ☺️
I like that the level of difficulty is quite well adjusted for the children. There are just about enough slightly more challenging words in the book - enough to challenge them, but not enough to deter them from learning.
This print edition is great for teaching one-to-one correspondence and days of the week while following the caterpillar on his journey to become a butterfly.
In this book, the story of the hungry caterpillar will bring your child through 7 days in a week while introducing numbers, colours fruits and food. It is also a great way to explain to your child about the linkage between food, time and growth. Overall, a fun interactive book to read with your child!