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Date   13 Mar 2013
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How do you read a book to a child?

Children love telling a story and also like to be told about something. If you want to read a book together with children, it would be better if you use a storybook. To get them interested, discuss the contents of the storybook in highlights after the child shows an interest, do read the storybook together. Children love to do activities that have mates. You can be their mates. You can add exciting things when reading books by giving a funny voice while reading. a storybook usually contains an interesting picture. You can explain the picture after reading. For a start, you can use a storybook titled Dear Zoo. This storybook has an interesting story for children.

What age is a dear zoo for?

Dear Zoo is a storybook that tells about animals. Therefore, this storybook is perfect for a 2 years old. Even though you haven't reached the age of 2 years, you can give your Dear Zoo storybook to your child. Because it is filled with colorful images. This storybook can stimulate children's vision from the age of 0. So, even if children from the age of 0 until 2 years can not read and understand the contents of Dear Zoo, they will still consider this Dear Zoo storybook as an interesting object.

What animals are in the Dear Zoo Book?

The animal that is content from Dear Zoo is definitely Lion. Because it has become the cover of this storybook. Maybe because the lion is the king of animals from various stories in the storybook. Apart from the lion there are monkeys, giraffes, elephants, snakes, and various other animals that can be easily found in a real zoo. Animals that fill this storybook are packaged in an artificial Zoo that can be lifted-the-flap when they want to see the whole body shape of animals.

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Why are storybooks important for child development?

From the Dear Zoo storybook, children can develop their imagination when they see and hear you read them. With books, indirectly the communication skills of children will develop for the better. In a story, children can learn to feel emotions and it will develop with time. Therefore it is important to provide reading habits since childhood for children so that when grown-up the habit will not disappear and will also provide broad insight from every book that has ever been read.


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