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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Do You See the Giant? A Children's Picture Book by Srividhya Lakshmanan is an adorable book that will introduce children to animals by name, their sizes, and help them realize that everyone has their own place in this world, no matter what their size is. Children also learn about their favorite foods and this book will broaden their knowledge about the animals listed. The book is a good learning tool for children. It is fun and interactive and communicates well with readers, giving them informative lessons in an engaging and entertaining way. The author also teaches children skills to compare and contrast the animals and the foods they eat.
The approach to the subject is refreshing and different and children will enjoy reading this book and getting to know the names of many animals without getting bored. Akansha Krishnan adds to the appeal to the book with her colorful and bright illustrations, making it captivating. The pictures make it easy for youngsters to learn the names of the animals and recognize them when they see them. It is a good book for parents and tutors to read out loud to children. The message of Do You See the Giant? is that everyone has their unique place in the world regardless of their size and shape. This can also be explained to youngsters in an interesting way without making it too complicated for them.