“Fascinated by the flower, Abdu went running to his mother STOMP STOMP STOMP and asked excitedly, “Mumma, which flower is this? His mom replied, “Abdu, this is the flower of the most beautiful tree in the world – the Gulmohar tree. The tree was brought to India from Madagascar.”
This storybook will develop respect for nature and empathy in your kids and teach them other values, such as living, giving, and nurturing. Children will also learn many interesting facts about the tree and concepts, such as seasons while reading this book.
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It’s just an amazing book for your growing child. The way it’s written is fantastic along with visuals that are so connecting..
My 4 year old is in love with this book. This is a beautiful book about Nature and beautiful Gulmohar tree, which made a kid fall in love with nature and encouraged him to save the environment. I love its simple kid-friendly language and real pictures that help kids to connect with the story.
Minal Jain –
Reading with your child is one of the ways you can build a bond with them while also increasing their comprehension. Reading is always beneficial to a child’s learning, but the most crucial factor to consider is whether or not they are having fun while doing it. This book made a huge impact on my child since we were able to spend quality time together while learning and having fun.
Highly recommend this book to all parents for kids!
A beautiful book on the nature. The title suggest about gulmohar but it not only about gulmohar. It’s beautiful written story of kid exploring about nature, geography and saving the environment.
Rohini Deepthi Natti –
What a beautiful book. My son gets excited every time he sees the Gulmohar tree. And now he knows where Madagascar is too. A great book to establish bonds for kids with mother nature. We collected a few Gulmohar flowers and pressed them after reading the book. I would highly recommend this book.
Deepika K –
The Gulmohar tree is such a fabulous book. From keeping it to simple real images, to naturally moving from topics of flower anatomy to geography, to showcasing a beautiful family that all work towards keeping the child’s curiosity alive, this book is oh so beautiful.
Strongly recommend for 3+ – to recognise, and appreciate nature around us.
Vaishali BK –
A beautiful book about a child who starts noticing fallen leaves, flowers and twigs; the conversations he has about them, the way he relates it to his world, collects them and finally makes a positive and concrete impact in his life and enriching the lives of those around him. Loved the real photographs and simple storyline that makes it Montessori- aligned. Highly recommend it for toddlers and preschoolers to start having conversations about nature.
Kamana Gautam –
This book is full of surprises. One may think that it is just about Gulmohar tree but it’s not. This books is an example on how we teach our kids Botony, geography, environment and empathy just from one topic. We are already fan “ city of stars” by the same author and kids got excited to see the name Abdu in it. Luckily we have a Gulmohar tree in our community and can’t wait to take kids along with book to show them . This book will also act as a good learning resource