Looking For The #1 Tool That Captures Your Child’s Imagination And Teaches Them Important Life Lessons While Being Glued To One Spot? Read On.
How playful and adventurous is your child?
If they’re anything like the average child, everywhere they go is a new adventure and the playful energy never stops.
That boundless energy and enthusiasm is inspiring… and exhausting when you have to participate or get them to stop. They always want to play some more.
It always feels like a bit of a letdown when you call them for dinner or tell them it’s time to get ready.
Their youthful energy keeps going, zigging and zagging, running back and forth, frenetically looking for another outlet.
What if you could create the greatest adventure while your child stays independently glued to one spot because they get lost in their imaginary world?
The #1 way to keep your child busy without running back and forth between the swingset and the slide is by handing your little one an attention-grabbing illustration book.
And what if this book doesn´t only keeps your child busy but also serves as an effective learning tool?
Did you know that picture books for children:
- increases their self-confidence,
- strengthen visual thinking,
- and improves their listening skills?
Delightful stories with captivating illustrations trigger your child´s imagination and spirit. They eagerly turn the page to see what comes next while you get a nice break.
“Elly Elephant Gets Lost” explores the situation of an adventurous elephant that goes a little too far and gets lost. It draws in your child with adventure while imparting important messages. The protagonist, Elly introduces core concepts that help reinforce fundamental values. And it gives them a compass when they find themselves in a new situation.
In “Elly Elephant Gets Lost,” your child will experience:
- A relatable adventure of a young elephant
- Fun animals, children love and identify with
- Colorful, playful images to delight your child
- Engaging narration and dialog that's short and easy to read/understand for young children between the ages of 2 and 5
- Value-driven, learning lessons
The best books for young children have dazzling illustrations and lovable characters while keeping the stories and messages simple. They can follow along without frustration and identify with the hero. It’s the type of book they want to read again and again.