Vegetables of India by Jill Hartley
  

Synopsis

Vegetables of India by Jill Hartley

Bittergoard, eggplants, banana flowers...here, for the first time as a full colour board book, are the common vegetables of India for young children to discover. Accompanied by a list of names in English, Hindi, and Tamil...and space to add your own language. To see Frances Lincoln's very own Poppy with her favourite Tara board books click here

Reviews

This unusual and stylish little volume is great for learning first words. Along with sumptuous photography of potatoes and carrots you'll find more exotic veg souch as chilli, drumstick and snake gourd. You can even write their names in other languages at the back of the book. Junior These books are not only of value for children living in tropical countries where the plants represented surround them. They are also a wonderful, simple and affordable teaching tool for discussing the seasons of tropical countries. www.seasons-south-and-north.co.uk

About the Author

Jill Hartley is a well known photographer who lives in Mexico, who has created several children's books.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
24 pages
Interest Age: 2-5

Author

Jill Hartley
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Publisher

Tara Books

Publication date

1st September 2010

ISBN

9788190754699


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