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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Guess What is in Grandma's Garden? by Nancy O'Neill is a storybook with an interesting method of teaching small kids the names of fruits and vegetables. The author takes children through Grandma's garden and by using clever rhymes, verses and illustrations teaches them the names of the vegetables and fruits. The educational theme makes this book a charming read for children because it teaches them to identify the objects by looking at the pictures and reading the clues. I found the book original and educational and it makes learning much simpler and easier for small kids.
The fact that all the pictures in the book have been created by children makes it even more captivating. Children will really love discovering the different fruits and vegetables in Grandma's garden. Books like these are perfect to be kept in school libraries and they can be used for read-aloud sessions. It is also perfect as a bedtime story book. This book makes it easier for parents to teach their children about vegetables and fruits and also the color and characteristics of each fruit and vegetable.
I would recommend this book to all parents, teachers and kids because it makes teaching and learning simple. It is such a beautiful concept to teach kids the names of fruits and vegetables using verses and colorful pictures.