Do You See Me in Nature

When a family decides to spend the day out in nature hiking, picking berries, boating, swimming, and exploring, the child has many questions. How far is it? What’s that noise? Can I have a snack? Children are inquisitive and complain a lot. The parents give the child many activities to try and experience and, with a typical small child attitude, the child has many complaints and questions about every step of this adventure. The good-natured parents keep going and all enjoy the day. The child finds excitement and joy despite their complaints and concerns.

Parents reading this picture book to their children will instantly relate to the parents in the story. Children will agree with the questions of the child and will probably ask more as they listen to this story. Author Tuula Pere has created a humorous and entertaining story that will captivate adults and children alike. The vibrant artwork by Majigsuren Enkhbat is clever. Readers only see the legs of the parents, adding to the perspective of the story being told by the child. Seeing everything for the level of a child is an interesting design choice that children will appreciate.

Do You See Me In Nature is written in a conversational style from the point of view of a small child. The back and forth between the child and their parents will have adults laughing and sympathizing with the characters. A trip to nature is an adventure for children, especially if they have never done some of the activities described in this charismatic story.

Do You See Me In Nature is the perfect book to have in a classroom of preschoolers or young elementary students like kindergarten. The whimsical artwork and playful narrative will make this a story to read again and again. Parents and teachers will enjoy reading this picture book as much as children.

Pages: 32 | ASIN : B09JMHDXPT

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Posted on January 7, 2022, in Book Reviews, Four Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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