'Nani Sha'' by Sharon Crick

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In this book, young children will develop and understanding and be more appreciative to the importance of grandparents in their ongoing formative years. The young listener will develop the ability to imagine, experience, explore and understand the many uses of day to day modern technology. Computers (internet, skype, mobiles, cameras, telephones, aeroplanes are all forms of technology which contribute to social interaction. Social interaction enhances young children’s communication skills.
The young listener will learn and develop a clearer understanding of a special value which is LOVE. Through love, grandparents unconditionally do not measure time, travel, distance or countries to see their loved ones again. Modern technology makes this possible and young children’s concept is further enhanced relating to time, travel, distance and countries. In this book, children will learn the meaning and importance of relationships, social interaction, sense of belonging and nurturing relating to their well being with their grandparents through modern technology.

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Published April 4, 2013 by Xlibris. 26 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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