Chungliang Al Huang with Lark Huang-Storms
This introduction to the Chinese language uses bold, high contrast calligraphy to capture a young baby's eye. Babies love to look at high contrast colours and patterns. Research has shown that a baby's developing retina sees bold colour contrasts best; all around the world, black and white and red are babies' favorite colours! Babies also seek out geometric shapes, especially circles, which readily captivate their interest.
The calligraphy symbols in this book not only introduce the beauty of the Chinese language but are specifically designed to help increase a baby's visual attention and stimulate brain development. This is the perfect book for parent and child to learn the very basics of the Chinese language!
Designed to be used by families with no previous knowledge of Chinese, Chinese Symbols for Baby Brains includes a little picture dictionary at the back of the book that shows each character used in the book, together with an English translation and help to pronounce the word in Chinese Mandarin.
Board Book, 32pp, 185mm x 200mm