An early learning board book that takes a very first look at the Indian festival of colors, Holi, perfect for storytime with little ones.
This classic first picture book for babies and toddlers has simple language and engaging, real-life photos that bring the joy and traditions of Holi to life.
Inside this beautiful Holi children’s book, you’ll find:
• Cased, padded board book with 12 interior baby-tough pages
• Easy-to-follow pictures and simple, read-aloud text promote early learning — language skills and early language development, and knowledge of the world — while the small padded format encourages book-handling skills
• Real-world photos and illustrations of Holi-themed objects, including dry powder colors and water-mixed colors, traditional sweets and savories, saffron milk, music, family celebrations, and more
• A safe, sturdy board book for little hands — the small-size format is easy for baby to hold, the hard-wearing pages have rounded corners, and the cover has soft padding
From the advent of the spring season to celebrating with colors (dry and wet), and from delicious treats to Holi music and fun with family and friends, this educational book includes all the elements of this joyful festival of colors. With one main image per page to focus on and short text, this wonderful board book is easy for babies and toddlers to follow and perfect for reading aloud and sharing with young children.
Specially made for little hands, this hard-wearing board book has a soft padded cover and safe rounded corners. Little ones will love looking and pointing at the pictures as they
learn about this special springtime Indian festival. Babies and toddlers will soon be turning the pages themselves, naming objects, joining in with the text and learning all about the celebrations of Holi.
This beautiful book is perfect for parents, caregivers, relatives or friends looking for an ideal baby or toddler gift for the festival of Holi. There’s a whole world of special holidays to teach your little ones about! Add Baby’s First Thanksgiving, Baby’s First Diwali, Baby’s First Hanukkah, Baby’s First Easter, or Baby’s First Ramadan to your collection next.