Join two adorable brothers in a fun-filled adventure and discover a tasty sweet from India. This is a great addition to the library shelf as a multicultural picture book and diverse children's literature.
Idu (Ee-doo) and Adu (Aa-doo) are very excited. Guests are coming over for dinner and their Mamma has already cooked a lot. Next, she is cooking Gulab Jamuns, but Idu and Adu don t know what Gulab Jamuns are. Before long, they discover just how good these wonderful golden, sugary syrup-soaked balls are and how quickly they melt in their mouths. But Mamma has only made 10 Gulab Jamuns. Will they last until their guests come?
This light-hearted, humorous story will warm your heart and tantalize your taste buds. It also includes some basic lessons in counting and an easy recipe to make those delicious Gulab Jamuns yourself.
Ideal for children ages 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 and 8 it is a great gift for those who want to learn more about India or indian/desi culture and value multicultural stories and diversity in kids literature.
The highlight of family cooking and enjoying together make It a thoughtful gift for Diwali, Holi, other holiday celebration, baby showers and birthdays. It is fun as a read aloud or a bedtime story. Perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners first and second graders - there is something for all ages be it counting, math, cooking, crafts that can be inspired from the book.---from the publisher
38 pages 978-1684012619 Ages 4-7
Keywords: brothers, humor, India, culture, multicultural, diverse books, diversity, recipe, food, cooking, 3 year old, 4 year old, 5 year old, 6 year old, 7 year old, If You Liked The Doorbell Rang, sharing, Social Studies Curriculum, South Asian culture, Asia, Asian culture