This post has been days in the writing… I’ve just been too tired in the evenings to think coherently enough to put words in sentences.
Paxlet has started to take more of a “look at and sort of read” interst in books. He’s always loved books, to chew on, turn pages (roughly), etc. and more recently to stand on. In addition to his rough baby-handling of books, recently he has actually started looking at the pictures and pointing to things in the books and babbled about what he is seeing. These are some of the books that Paxlet has been paying more attention to lately.
Yes, it is in Chinese. I bought this book just over 2 years ago when I was in Shanghai. It cost about 4 euro; I just couldn’t pass it up. The story is very easy to tell, so there isn’t much that needs remembering. But just in case, I have the words typed and printed.
Paxlet really likes the pages where the caterpillar has eaten through foods. He sticks his fingers to the holes.
Paxlet has pulled this out several times. He seems to like the many pictures and colors. I know I like it. 🙂 This book will definitely be even more fun when he is older and we can talk about all that is going on in this book.
This has been fun to look at while teaching Paxlet what different animals say. He keeps coming back to the pig and rooster a lot.
Pigs “oink” in English and go “röh” in Finnish. But really they just make snorting sounds.
What have you been reading?