Story of Diwali (a Diwali book for children)

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494 in stock

“Story of Diwali” introduces the beautiful Indian festival of Diwali to children.  The book is a fun, non-preachy, simple-to-read rhyming story book which talks about how five days of Diwali are celebrated. The rhyming text and colorful illustrations appeal to toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners. The 24-paged book also has some fun facts about Diwali and a special sloka in sanskrit (along with its translation) at the end of the story.

The simple yet delightfully told story describes how each day of Diwali brings joy and festive spirit to our homes.

The book is printed on high quality glossy paper.

The five days of Diwali covered in the book are:
Day-1: Dhanteras
Day-2: Narak Chaturdasi
Day-3: Lakshmi Puja / Main Diwali
Day-4: Padwa / Govardhan Puja
Day-5: Bhai Dooj

494 in stock

Description

“Story of Diwali” introduces the beautiful Indian festival of Diwali to children.  The book is a fun, non-preachy, simple-to-read rhyming story book which talks about how five days of Diwali are celebrated. The rhyming text and colorful illustrations appeal to toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners. The 24-paged book also has some fun facts about Diwali and a special sloka in sanskrit (along with its translation) at the end of the story.

The simple yet delightfully told story describe how each day of Diwali brings joy and festive spirit to our homes.

The book is printed on high quality glossy paper.

The five days of Diwali covered in the book are:

  1. Day-1: Dhanteras
  2. Day-2: Narak Chaturdasi
  3. Day-3: Lakshmi Puja / Main Diwali
  4. Day-4: Padwa / Govardhan Puja
  5. Day-5: Bhai Dooj

Special note: This is my first ever book  in Tot Labs, and I am so so excited to present it before you all. I conceptualized and wrote it with the thought process of giving the children a simple guide to Diwali and its glorious five-day celebration. This is also my way of feeding the curiosity of my 4 year old son, who is always so inquisitive and curious about things around him – be it festivals, vehicles or anything in general! Hope you and your child love this book as much as I loved writing it for all of you 🙂

Additional information

Weight 125 g
  1. Read it aloud to toddlers / preschoolers / kindergartners.
  2. Let the older children read it by themselves.
  3. Use this book for story telling sessions.
  4. Discuss about the various Diwali facts using the book and its beautiful, eye-catchy illustrations.
  5. Use this book as a part of your Diwali Montessori shelf / culture shelf.

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