Sun's day, Moon's day: Days of the Week

Sun s day Moon s day Days of the Week This fun children s picture book follows the story of a little boy Balu Baldauf who tries to find out the logic behind how the days of the week got their names and why in that particular order He also

  • Title: Sun's day, Moon's day: Days of the Week
  • Author: Ruthz S.B.
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This fun children s picture book follows the story of a little boy Balu Baldauf who tries to find out the logic behind how the days of the week got their names and why in that particular order He also learns the Spanish names of the days of the week This is the seventh book in the Balu Baldauf series In this book Balu learns the days of the week Which planets are theyThis fun children s picture book follows the story of a little boy Balu Baldauf who tries to find out the logic behind how the days of the week got their names and why in that particular order He also learns the Spanish names of the days of the week This is the seventh book in the Balu Baldauf series In this book Balu learns the days of the week Which planets are they named after and why in the order Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday This insightful beginner reader s eBook will introduce your child to the days of the week, the planetary significance behind each day, hours in a day and Chaldean order This book is inspired by the Hora in Vedic Astrology Your kids will enjoy cute full color illustrations of Balu and the World With simple text and 15 colorful illustrations, it is sure to captivate your kids hearts Sun s day, Moon s day is a sweet children s book written especially for you and your kids ages 2 8 The story is suitable as a read aloud book for preschoolers or a self read book for beginner readers Although this book may be ideal for young kids, it also enjoyable for the whole family as well Follow the entire series and look for other Balu Baldauf book titles for your Kindle.

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    1 thought on “Sun's day, Moon's day: Days of the Week”

    1. What a charming little story for pre-schoolers. I`m a grandmother of 9 and was looking for a sweet gentle read for one of my grand babies and was happy to find Ruthz S.B.The innocence in the drawings but the details to grab a child`s attention was there. A wonderful learning tool and a darling find!!Thank you Ruthz

    2. I found the link between the planets and the days of the week to be interesting. The concepts are fairly advanced but it's a neat way to introduce language and astronomy to children.

    3. I expected to see a children's book that helped learn the days of the week and I was pleasantly surprised by how the author also incorporated other useful information by including the planets and the hours in a day.Inspired by an ancient type of astrology, the story explains the traditional presentation of the visible planets in order of speed of motion, inspired by the Hora in Vedic Astrology, another new topic that children will learn from this book.Children ages 2-8 will enjoy the beautiful i [...]

    4. Sun's day, Moon's Day: Days of the Week is a wonderful children's story centered on a lesson about the Solar System in the guise of a short fable. The author does a very good job conveying information without being dull or boring. The illustrations are also simple and to the point, complementing the narration. It is a well written story that is easy to understand, but with interesting language. It mixes imagination with learning, which will engage any child. Overall, Sun's Day, Moon's Day is an [...]

    5. You know it's a hit when you've just read the last page and your three year old is shouting again, again.I have a three year old and an eight year old and both girls loved the story of BeBe. This was a sweet story with lovely illustrations about how the days of the week were named. They say you learn a new thing everyday and I certainly did today.Lovely, Lovely, Lovely. I will be recommending this one as well as buying more of these stories.

    6. Sweet book about how the days of the week came to get their names. Names are given in English and in Spanish. At Tuesday, information is added to this. perhaps the names of Norse gods? Or characters from Norse mythology? It isn't stated what this information is, so is a bit confusing, but doesn't take away from the story -- especially if you just skipped it if you read it out loud to a child. The drawings are simple but engaging, helping propel the story along.

    7. Great job teaching kids the days of the week in both English and Spanish. The author did a great job with the story and the cute pictures to go with it. I think parents will love sharing this with kids and helping their kids learn the fun way.

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