My Gulmohar Tree – Storybook to Build a Love for Trees and Greens (3 – 6 Yrs)

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My Gulmohar tree is a story with real-life photographs that will make children fall in love with trees and greens (vegetables)  and inculcate values of respecting nature and protecting our environment.

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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. When I was a child, I would gaze at its deep red flowers for hours together from my bedroom window…

You know Abdu, this tree has many names. It is known as the Flame tree as its bright orange-red flowers resemble the colour of fire. It is also called the Peacock Flower tree as ‘Gul’ means flower and ‘Mohr’ means peacock. Isn’t that interesting?”

Storybook

  • My Gulmohar tree is a real-life story that will make children fall in love with trees and greens (vegetables) and inculcate values of respecting nature and protecting our environment.
  • Children will also become observant of Nature and learn about other concepts, such as Nurture, Living, Giving, Seasons and Greens while reading the story.
AGE GUIDANCE

4 – 7 years

SHIPPING
  • Product ships from Gurgaon
  • Delivers to most large cities in 2-5 days
  • For smaller cities, delivers in 4-8 days
RETURN / EXCHANGE POLICY:
  • This product is NOT returnable
  • Exchange only in case of delivery of damaged product
  • See details at Return and Refund Policy

Additional information

Weight .20 kg

2 thoughts on “My Gulmohar Tree – Storybook to Build a Love for Trees and Greens (3 – 6 Yrs)

  1. We loved the book a lot. We learned about the flowering cycle of the tree, how it changed with every season, learned some new words and new facts. Did you know that Gulmohar is called the peacock flower? Gul- flower, Mohar-peacock. Or for the fact that Gulmohar is not a native of India? The book gave us information we could connect with. It gave simple insights and stressed on the dependence of humans on nature. We drew the flower and it’s leaves and made a peacock from them.

  2. 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 good learning resource.

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