Book: Off flew the hat by Nili Arielycategories: Book, Kids Book, Cats, Children, Bedtime Story, Infants, Toddlers, Curiosity, Children's Book
Nili Arielyabout this book: "Off flew the hat" – Nili Ariely's book, begins with a simple scene from the daily life of infants: The wind blows off Emma's hat, while strolling with her grandmother. When Emma reaches for the hat, she discovers it's moving. What could be hiding under the hat? Emma picks it up and acquires a new friend – a cat.
This is a story about curiosity, about the wonderful way infants discover the world and explore it – how curiosity leads to a game and a friendship. A wonderful book for parents and children alike.
Nili Ariely – B.Ph and M.F.A, an active artist and writer. Nili has written and illustrated children's comics in a youth magazine.
Nili is a mother and a grandmother. Her strolls with her grandchildren enabled her to experience the world from a young child's point of view.
• "We have this book for our kids and they love love it. They know it by heart and ask me too read it to them over and over again. They love the amazing art work and don't let me pass the pages without examining every single drawing. A must have for all houses with kids." — Ido Weinstein
• "Charming book, simple and suitable for toddlers' natural curiosity. Wonderful lively illustrations. My grandson (tow and a half years-old) likes to listen to the story and watch the illustrations again and again with thrill.Highly recommended!" — Dalia
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