Walking With The Sun by Preethi Saravanakumar follows two friends going on a journey to a big discovery.
Walking With The Sun
A daytime software developer with a love of poetry and children’s literature has written a beautiful children’s story that teaches important lessons to her target audience of 3 to 5 year olds.
Preethi Saravanakumar‘s WALKING WITH THE SUN, beautifully illustrated by Julia Duclos, introduces readers to two caring best friends: Garud, an eagle, and Gaja, an elephant. In Nature’s paradise, the friends talk, play, dance, and sing to the exclusion of all the other animals. But on their way to escape the sun, the friends make what appears to be a minor error.
They should walk westward to escape the scorching heat, according to Garud. It wasn’t until the very end that the foolish friends realized that they were walking with the sun rather than away from it. However, Gaja is in for a big surprise at the end of the journey, and it is sure to delight young readers.
The author is able to captivate and engage young minds through her wonderful storytelling, as well as incorporate important lessons, such as the significance of feeling sad or uncomfortable, into her writing; how to overcome obstacles by finding solutions; that sadness never lasts forever; and that there is a promising sunrise following each sunset.
By trade, Preethi Saravanakumar is a software developer. Her primary hobby continues to be poetry writing; She also writes books for children. Preethi has written hundreds of poems, some of which have appeared on her blog, Instagram, and even in a few magazines. Additionally, she has published a few picture books. 2011 marked the release of her first poetry collection. Scribblings of My Soul, her most recent book, recently received three Book Awards. Also, her most recent genuine book, Pearls of My Brain, has won 2 honors.
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