The cyclic nature of plant growth is dramatized in "Seed Song". It reveals the miracle of nature as a seed grows into a fruit bearing tree. The picturization of the whole process will not... More > just introduce young readers or listeners to the plant cycle but also delight them.
Along with the central theme of the story, which is written in verse form, the days of the week and basic weather elements are also introduced.
The art based activity pages at the end of the story relate to plant parts. These will serve not just as a reinforcement of what children have read but also help them develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Most importantly, they will have fun as they cut, paste, colour and paint.
The final activity encourages children to grow their own plant. There's nothing more thrilling for children than to watch their seeds grow into plants.< Less
Tiddles Rocks! Tiddles, the baby frog is off on his explorations once again. This time he encounters pebbles and rocks by the lake. The naive creature that he is, he implores them to play with him,... More > but to no avail. Disheartened and disappointed he stumbles back into his mother’s arms. Wise mama frog takes the opportunity to teach Tiddles how rocks and other non-living creatures are inert, and how they differ from living creatures.< Less
Tiddles, the baby frog ventures out into the world and has a strange encounter. The chance meeting with something that he has never seen in his life before changes his world. Tiddles makes a new... More > friend, and it’s none other than Ms. Tomato! She's round, red, pretty and she's wise. What's more, she grows on a plant near the lake! Through her friendship and witty exchanges, Tiddles learns all about plants, plant parts and what these parts do! A thoroughly enjoyable and informative book for kids.< Less
Tiddles, the baby frog is out on yet another adventure. This time he has a friend Ms. Tomato to share his experiences with. Both of them discover how aquatic plants i.e. plants that grow in water... More > differ from those that live on land. On this voyage of discovery, they fight, make up and fight all over again, just as friends do! Tiddles ends up a whole lot wiser, and as for Ms. Tomato, well, she’s a smart one already!< Less
Tiddles Grows Up is the first part of a five-part series of children's books. It is a delightful tale following the adventures of a young frog, Tiddles. Children in the age group of three to ten... More > will enjoy the antics of Tiddles thoroughly. As they navigate the tale, they will learn about the life cycle of a frog, the environment, basic Science topics and much more. They will grow to love Tiddles and eagerly await his next adventure.< Less