The Giraffe Who Came to Play
**Now in Hardback**
How does your child feel on the first day of school? What about when they are in a crowded place? How about when you have to go to work? What if they had something to assure them they are safe? In this book, Mama introduces the child to the imaginary Giraffe in her pocket who will always be with her.
It is part of a six book series- Animal Series. The other books in this series include:
- The Pig who came to bathe
- The Cat who came to lunch
- The Hippo who came to swim
- The Panda who came to read
- The Leopard who came to stretch **NEW LAUNCH**
Age: 0-3 years
Early Readers: Yes
Skills: Vocabulary, Imagination, Communication
“The author - Priyanka, through short and sweet stories creates a wonderland for the children. From imaginary friends to role play to creating a positive environment between the child and the reader. Our favourite is, "The Giraffe Who Came to Play". Anvita now moves about the house with a soft giraffe toy in her pocket. Priyanka's story telling method is so simple that it quickly resonates with the child. Can't wait for more books!!!”
Agastya always looks for the giraffe in my pocket when I start reading that book and when the part of the Samara falling from the swing comes, he says “I will fix it for Samara.” He loves the books! Been reading all three every night for the past 2 months as part of his night routine!”
"Look what Nandini has done! Recreated her favourite book’s cover design”
Extra Book Project
There is no better way to teach our children empathy than to give them enough opportunities to practice this important skill. With each purchase on our website, you can opt to receive an extra book to pass forward at a nominal charge. We would love for you to share this extra book with a friend/ teacher/ library/ government school or any other member of society that you want to see benefit from the advantages of reading.
We are so grateful to have this wonderful family of parents and caregivers that are constantly striving to not only raise readers but also conscious citizens.