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And as much as possible, they must reflect the child’s everyday reality.
For the little mites coming to school for the first time, these help to form their first ideas about school. Books must be enticing. Remember your first day at school?
Familiar everyday scenes, objects and people from the child’s own surroundings help to reassure the child. They need at least one reassuring factor among all the alien things they find in this new place. And every child relates to bright colours and smiley faces.