Namaste, Dr. Shweta!



Parenting by Dr Shweta

A Unique Way to Develop Love for Reading
November 21, 2016

by Dr.Shweta — Fun Parenting

Dear Parents

Much of what happens to Venu in the book , A Walk in the Zoo, happens to all of us on a daily basis. We see things which excite us and, we wish that if we have them our life will be more exciting and enriched. The truth can not be more different. I want to challenge you to think and believe how wonderful and unique you are. I want you to feel special as there is no one like you.

“Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is you-er than you!
You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.
The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”
These famous words from Dr. Seuss, world renowned author of children’s books like Cat in the Hat, have been the inspiration for me. A doctor by profession and a passionate chidren’s story teller by purpose. I made it my single purpose in life to empower the children of this world through reading and by stretching their imagination.

What is unique about the book is its Audio Story which will transport the little ones to the world of Animals. Its musical background and animal sounds grip their attention thus developing their skills. . . .

Continue reading and learn more here about Dr. Shweta, her storytelling programming and how to obtain your copy of "A Walk in the Zoo" by  clicking on this link. 

Thank you-u-u, Dr. Shweta! We shall see you in BookNook Storytelling land!

Dr. Shweta is the Founder and Director of BOOKNOOK Storytelling, a world of storytelling activities based in Jaipur, India. Under her direction, the BOOKNOOK Storytelling team have been working extensively for many years with "Storytelling Children," primarily with preschoolers, and focusing on developing a love for books and reading. BOOKNOOK Storytelling uses various formats to deliver wholesome storytelling and family literacy programs that include Puppet Shows, Book Reading, Shadow Shows, Kathhputli Shows, Enactments and Story Narration. With over a dozen school involved with more than 500 sessions, BOOKNOOK Storytelling has three centers in Jaipur where they have done extensive research on exciting ways of Raising Readers. Be sure to get your copy of Dr. Shweta's latest book, Raising Readers, and to continue to keep up with another one of Books for Growing Minds' international storytelling friends involved with books, reading, family literacy and more.