My Dadima Wears a Sari
Every day, Rupa's grandmother wears a beautiful sari. Dadima wears her saris around the house and around the town. Some are made of cotton and some are made of fine silk. Each is brightly colored and...more
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At the end of book, a more grown up Rupa shows readers how to wear a sari using step-by-step photographs.
Enjoyed the weaving of a grandmother-granddaughter relationship, while explaining all about saris. I especially enjoyed the imaginative aspect, when grandmother explains all the different practical uses for a sari (fanning, collecting seashells, protecting from the rain in the jungle). The endpages actually shows the steps for how to wear a sari.
This book might be a bit lengthy for preschoolers. However, it seemed to hold my class's attention.
At eight years Sheth, left Bhavangar, for Mumbai.
She did her studying there until she was seventeen. She left Mumbai, to go to college, in Ames Iowa to do her BS at Iowa State Un...more