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Curious Kids : 200 Questions and Answers to Stimulate Brain and Encourage Creativity for Ages 2-3

Author Name: Dr. Vineeta Prasad | Format: Paperback | Genre : Children & Young Adult | Other Details

Looking for a fun and engaging way to stimulate your child's brain and encourage their natural curiosity? "Curious Kids: 200 Questions and Answers to Stimulate Brain and Encourage Creativity for Ages 2-3" is the perfect book for you!

This book is filled with thought-provoking questions designed to encourage children to think critically, explore their environment, and develop important language skills. With engaging topics such as animals, food, and places around the world, children will love learning new information and sharing their thoughts and ideas with you.

Not only is this book a fun and exciting way to spend time with your child, it also provides important cognitive and social-emotional benefits. By engaging in conversations and exploring new ideas, children are able to enhance their problem-solving skills, develop their creativity, and improve their language development.

"Curious Kids" is a great tool for parents, caregivers, and educators looking for a way to encourage children to think outside the box and develop a lifelong love of learning. So why not buy a copy today and start exploring the world together? Your child's curiosity and imagination will thank you!

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Dr. Vineeta Prasad

Introducing Dr. Vineeta Sharma, a digital book creator and designer who has transformed the publishing industry with her innovative e-book design and development abilities. Sharma is passionate about producing visually impressive and interactive e-books that enrich the reading experience and make books more available to a broad audience. With a decade of experience in the field, Sharma's outstanding work has been showcased in numerous publications. Additionally, she is the founder of a thriving bookstore named "Olasta" ("Three Trees").



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