Remember the story called Jack and the Beanstalk? There are many picture story books for kids that contain this story. Now imagine a storybook that has the name and picture of your kid instead of Jack. Say, the name of the story changes to Harvey and the Beanstalk or any other name that your child has. Wouldn’t you as well as your kid feel that it was your kid who went through the experience that Jack went through? This is the magic of personalised story books. A personalised story appeals more to your kid and is an excellent tool for you as a parent to make you kid learn while having fun.
The biggest advantage of personalised story books is that it offers more comfort to your kid to read the stories. When your kid feels more comfortable reading the story, he or she automatically becomes more confident. Since kids will be more interested than ever reading a personalised story where they are the central character, they will tend to go through the book faster. As a result, the reading speed will also increase. The confidence and the ability to grasp concepts quicker will make your stand feel more confident in making public appearances. Hence, you may soon find that your kid is now appearing school plays and all.
Another big advantage of using these personalised story books containing more than one personalised story is that your kid will become better at vocabulary and language. More words will be added to their repertoire of words and sentences and at a very young age, they will be able to use proper words and sentences. Additionally, your kid will also improve at correctly spelling words.
And of course, a personalised story in personalised story books will enhance the knowledge of your kid. Learning always enhances knowledge and knowledge gained is always good. Personalised story books will keep your child hooked on to the book and you can use these books to teach your kid newer things. This will be a nice deviation from the standard story books and the enhancement will hold both you and your kid in good stead when it comes to learning.
Why do children love a personalised story? The answer is simple. They see themselves as part of the story and can completely relate to it. So, instead of the folklore hero doing something great, it is they that are doing the same thing. So, when the original hero saves an animal, it is your kid that is saving the same animal in personalised story books. This is the great appeal of these books.
If you want your kid to learn fast while having the best of fun, a personal story is a great tool. Personalised story books are available from many sellers on the Internet and it is very easy to buy one. They are affordable and the expense that you incur from buying these books soon becomes an investment both for you and your precious kid.
With a personalised story for your kid in the form of personalised story books, you will not only get your child to have fun but also learn.
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Ferdinand is the world's most peaceful--and--beloved little bull. While all of the other bulls snort, leap, and butt their heads, Ferdinand is content to just sit and smell the flowers under his favorite cork tree. Leaf's simple storytelling paired with Lawson's pen-and-ink drawings make The Story of Ferdinand a true classic. Commemorate the 75th anniversary of the book's original publication with this beautiful and affordable 8x8 paperback edition.
What else can be said about the fabulous Ferdinand? Published more than 50 years ago (and one of the bestselling children's books of all time), this simple story of peace and contentment has withstood the test of many generations. Ferdinand is a little bull who much prefers sitting quietly under a cork tree-- just smelling the flowers--to jumping around, snorting, and butting heads with other bulls. This cow is no coward--he simply has his pacifist priorities clear. As Ferdinand grows big and strong, his temperament remains mellow, until the day he meets with the wrong end of a bee. In a show of bovine irony, the one day Ferdinand is most definitely not sitting quietly under the cork tree (due to a frightful sting), is the selfsame day that five men come to choose the "biggest, fastest, roughest bull" for the bullfights in Madrid.
Ferdinand's day in the arena gives readers not only an education in the historical tradition of bullfighting, but also a lesson in nonviolent tranquility. Robert Lawson's black-and-white drawings are evocative and detailed, with especially sweet renditions of Ferdinand, the serene bull hero. The Story of Ferdinand closes with one of the happiest endings in the history of happy endings--readers of all ages will drift off to a peaceful sleep, dreaming of sweet-smelling flowers and contented cows.Price: $1.93