Meet The Jai Jais Baby Series. Exciting, fun and colourful board books to help introduce children to Hindu Gods and Goddesses.
** Please note that these are one word per page picture books**
This 6 book collection comes with a decorative sleeve.
Lord Shiva is strong and known as the destroyer of evil.
Lord Hanuman is the symbol of courage, loyalty and wisdom.
Lord Ganesh is the God of wisdom, intelligence, and fortune.
Shri Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth, good fortune, and success.
Durga Maa is the warrior Goddess who is strong and powerful.
Lord Krishna shows truth, courage, and a love for life.
Suitable for 0 - 2 years
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A beautiful set of 6 board books. This is a perfect way to introduce and teach your baby and toddler to key single word vocabulary about Hindu gods and goddesses from an early age. They are also robust enough for little hands and mouths!
The Jai Jais board books have been beautifully created to capture a baby’s interest during their early months. The original characters from the Jai Jais series have been carefully and lovingly transformed by our illustrator James Ballance, into characters that better engage children from an early age. The pictures are set on a clear white background with a simple border.
The vocabulary has been carefully chosen to replicate the words the children will be introduced to in the next series, so they are also building their knowledge and bringing the foundations forward to the next stages of the Jai Jais.
Hearing words helps to build a rich foundation of words in a baby’s brain. Children whose parents frequently talk/read to them know more words by the age 2 than children who have not been read to. Children who are read to during their early years are more likely to learn vocabulary is key
Studies have proven that when educational content is worked into a strong narrative, children’s vocabulary learning and motivation skyrocket.