What Shall I Make? by Nandini Nayar
  

Synopsis

What Shall I Make? by Nandini Nayar

Roll it, pat it, poke in two eyes, stick on a nose and ears - and a ball of chapatti dough can turn into almost anything! Join Neeraj as he makes a snake, a mouse, a cat and a lion...But his last creation is the best of all!

Reviews

The illustrations glow with the colour of the chapatti dough. The sparse drawings are interestingly framed with the mother partiallty shown at the edges of the pages while Neeraj and his animal creations take centre stage.The repetetive pattern of text as each animal is introduced makes it great for reading aloud and joining in. School Librarian A definite 'should have

-making session with young children. Books for Keeps This beautifully illustrated book is one of those that cleverly cross the somewhat artificial divide between fact and fiction... It is important to remember that books like this serve a variety of purposes. They entertain, involve and inform. The illustrations are superb and the language has a charming simplicity that would readily engage children in the early years. Early Years Educator

About the Author

NANDINI NAYAR is a freelance writer. This is her second book inspired by her son Pranav - her first was Pranav's Picture. She lives in Hyderabad in India. PROITI ROY graduated in fine arts from Shantiniketan, Bengal, where she was born. For the last twelve years she has been teaching art and craft to children. She is also a freelance illustrator who loves animals and lives with five rescued dogs in Kolkata.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 6

Author

Nandini Nayar
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Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

15th January 2009

ISBN

9781845079789


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