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A Very Hungry Caterpillar: Taking a peek

The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a picture book by Eric Carle that has received numerous awards and recognitions. It has been translated to over 40 languages and has been widely acclaimed for its success amongst the young. Why is that? … Continue reading

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As I skimmed through picture books I found online, I was captivated by this one called ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ not only by its strange sounding title but also its beautifully rendered pictures. The cover captures audience with the clash … Continue reading

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Appealing to the Audience

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Frog and Toad: A Masterpiece for Young Readers

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Creating a Picture Book to Entice all Audiences

Rosetta Stone’s “Because a Little Bug went Ka-CHOO” is very popular in the market of children’s picture books.  The book tells the story of how a small bug causes, with only a “Ka-CHOO,” a seed to fall on a worm, … Continue reading

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