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"You can dress up like a veterinarian,
You need a high table and medical supplies,
Just imagine curing animals,
From tall giraffes to butterflies."Jump right into the pages and try your hand at playing Dress-Up!
With words in rhyme and delightful illustrations on every page, Alphabet Dress-Up helps children learn about different professions, through play, from A (Astronaut) to Z (Zoo keeper).
The fun card game included with the book, gives children a chance to act out many interesting and quirky professions and makes the Alphabet Dress-Up fun go on and on.
This wonderful book has been selected by Kidsstoppress as part of '75 books every child must read'. Also, our very first puzzle based on the book Alphabet Dress-Up, in collaboration with ToyKraft, has won the award for 'Best Educational Toy' in the 'Infant & Preschool Toys' category, awarded by the All India Toy Manufacturers' Association at Kids India 2014.(industry/trade fair).
- Lina Ashar ( Kangaroo Kids Education Ltd)
Alphabet Dress-up is a refreshingly new way of reinforcing the letters of the alphabet. It takes the learner on a fun filled journey that captures the imagination and throws open an array of futuristic possibilities. Every child dreams of being somebody when he/she grows up and these dreams keep on changing from day to day. The book gives ample scope to children to dress up and live these dreams on an everyday basis.
The entire concept is creatively presented through rhyme and rhythm. The rhymes are catchy and the repetitive pattern makes them easy to memorize. The word pictures are brought to life by vivid illustrations. The fact that there is no gender bias is a special gift to today's girl child. The hidden letters of the alphabet on each page and the card game make the complete package even more delightful and unique.
As an educationist of over 40 years experience, I strongly recommend parents of children in the 2 to 6 year age group to go for it without a second thought. You couldn't find a more rewarding way of spending Rs 199!
- Andrea Andrade (Teacher)
After decades of A for Apple and B for Ball (and getting stuck at X for Xmas tree and Xylophone)! we have here, a number of grown-up jobs that children can take. With a touch of whimsy, the child can be anything she wishes: a waiter, a juggler or a race car driver. The lovely variety of 26 jobs will bring a smile to every child. And the book avoids the trap of sexism. Not only are boys and girls equally represented, they have been moved out of the stereotypes. And, as the author says, the key concept is imagination.
Schools seem to insist on children having factual and correct information. The chance to go into a world of fantasy is not normally permitted. Yet everyone knows that creativity will flourish only in a setting of freedom. Perhaps the thoughts triggered by these verses will convince teachers and parents of the value of IF.
There are picture cards included in the book for children to play, suggesting alternative jobs under each alphabet. Given a chance, children will invent their own games. Thank you Nalini and Shraddha for putting this book together for two groups: children in general and the Cuddles Foundation.
- Dr Anandalaxmy, Advisor in Child Development & Education
- Raell Padamsee,Actor, Producer, Director & Founder of Ace Productions
- Swati Popat Vats, President, Podar Education Network
Just received my copy of Alphabet dress-up from flipkart.. And i read it cover to cover.. Thoroughly enjoying and savouring each page.. The book is creatively conceptualised by Nalini Sorensen and exposes children to different and even unconventional professions like baker and zoo-keeper...
Love the intricate details on each page and also the fact that girl and boy character have been equally depicted on 13 professions each.. And then there was the alphabet puzzle on each page... Could figure out 24 out of 26 hidden letters..thanks for the answer page..
P.S. the illustrator Shraddha has done a super fab job on the creatives..nailing each and every profession to the T.. And loved the card game concept too.. The best part is...even my 5 month old baby loves the book so much that he flips over the colourful pages over and over again.. Cheers to the team.. Stay creative!
- Anshuma Arora
Alphabet Dress-up is not just your ordinary picture book. It is much more than that.
A very creative and unique concept that teaches kids that they can become anything they want, all they need is their imagination. A for astronaut to Z for zookeeper, delightful rhymes and amazing illustrations help kids learn about different professions starting with all the alphabets.
The book is not just a onetime read, the "find the hidden alphabet" in the illustrations and the free card game are sure to make kids and parents to be hooked on to the book.
In short, I found this book quite intelligent and kids today should really be exposed to more books like these which focus more on developing their imagination along with the vocabulary. A must read for kids, parents and teachers alike.
- Pratik Jain
- Dezma de Melo
The book is a delight to read , it's got wonderful rhymes and is a visual treat.
The rhymes are very natural and the book is a fun family activity. Be it finding the missing alphabet and word it represents or the card game with the book. The shift from the traditional professions is a welcome change and the fair share to both genders is a plus. I couldn't resist buying for all the little ones in the family. My 2 1/2 year old niece absolutely loved the visuals.
It delves into an important world of role play which kids will love to explore. I highly recommend the book
- Aparna Suri
'Alphabet Dress up' encourages children to pretend, imagine and be creative. It inspires children to indulge in role play using simple day to day objects as props. Children are introduced to the different kinds of jobs that adults do, in a fun way. Repetition of words and rhymes help an early reader to read independently.The illustrations are vivid, colorful and detailed. My daughter simply loves this book!
- Anjali Bailur
My five year old daughter LOVED this book! The easy rhymes and delightful illustrations have got my daughter hooked on to this book and it is currently on her "must read at bedtime" list.
There's more to the book though - the "find the hidden alphabet" element is really interesting and the bonus card game means there is more than one way to keep the kids happily engaged! I highly recommend this book!
- Shilpa P
My son absolutely loves this book... the rhymes are catchy and it's great to watch him put together costumes from whatever is available at home. The book is very layered and is definitely not a one-time-only read as it will engage children in many different ways.
- Karl Freedman
It encourages dressing up opportunities, role play and great imagination. I love the fact that the "jobs" that are portrayed in this superbly put together book are not your ordinary run of the mill options but much more interesting & wide ranging.
My whole family had great fun sharing this book together especially the charades game that is included.
Great value for money!
The Alphabet Dress-Up book teaches the alphabet, teaches loads of new words and many, many new concepts to little kids in a fun, sing-song, beautifully illustrated manner that makes kids want to read the book again and again...and yet again! The illustrations on many pages tell a story by themselves to keep little minds occupied, and the rhymes are well though- out so you do end up discussing each page with your child (because oh my God they have sooooo many questions!!). I like that because your child will understand the concept then J. I've already had my daughter looking at pages and saying ‘skyscraper', ‘astronaut', ‘engineer' and ‘veterinarian' just from memory! We're working on remembering ‘X-ray Technician' at the moment!!!
Besides reading the book with my own daughter, I am also reading the book with mixed groups of kids who are 1.5 to 5 years old (I teach a parent-child music & movement class called Musical Bonding) and every single class has me prying the books out of their (and their moms') hands at the end because they want to read "just one more alphabet aunty, pleaseeee!"
The book also comes with a card game that can be played differently by kids of different age groups.
I'd recommend the book to every parent of a child aged 5 years and below. Not to teach the alphabet (some kids pick up alphabets later, some are learning it the ‘phonics' way, others love the traditional ‘A for Apple' route), but to learn new words, concepts and rhymes. And hey, if your kid is saying ‘A for Astronaut' like mine is, it doesn't hurt either
- Sheetal Goel
- Natasha D'Costa
- Oindrila Purohit, Grooming Babies Global Pvt. Ltd.
- Shachii Manik
A children's book, alphabet puzzle and card game... all wrapped in a brilliant piece of art..
Just received my copy of Alphabet dress-up from flipkart.. And i read it cover to cover.. Thoroughly en ...
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