Follow along with Anamika as she travels with her family on a holiday around Bali. They visits the beach, the shops, the waterfalls, the mountains, and the statues. They observe Balinese dancers, villagers, farmers, children, dolphins, and monkeys. They conclude that Bali is a beautiful place.
Throughout the story, Anamika demonstrates fifteen yoga poses, each of which relates to a keyword in the text (e.g., surfers, dancers, monkeys). The poses are summarized at the end of the book. There is also a map of Bali showing the capital city of Denpasar. You can learn to speak some basic Indonesian, including the numbers from 1 to 20, and twelve basic phases such as "How are you?" and "Good morning". Also included is a Parent-Teacher Guide featuring some handy hints on how to use the book.
The bright and colorful illustrations by Emily Gedzyk beautifully complement the simple text, making this book ideal for young children.
This fun and educational book is one to enjoy with the whole family.
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