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What Shall I Wear Today

what shall i wear todayWhat Shall I Wear Today – Did you ever struggle to make your mind up what to wear? Another great creative commons, Level 2 book from Pratham and Storyweaver.

By: Natasha Sharma, Tanvi Choudhury

Sample Page From What Shall I Wear Today:

Do you get the feeling sometimes that none of your clothes are just right? I do!

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Or read along the video below

About the Author: 

Natasha Sharma From India is an Author for Goodreads. Her Genre is Childrens Books and has published a lot of books. Including ‘Icky, Yuck, Mucky!’, ‘What Shall I Wear Today’, and ‘Kaka and Munni’.

About the Illustrator:  

Tanvi Choudhury a talented female Illustrator from Mumbai, India.

About Pratham Books

Pratham Books goes digital, FKB  is helping with their aim to get a book in every child’s hand!

Storyweaver, their digital platform is provided to weave a whole new chapter in the realm of multilingual children’s stories. Knitting together children, authors, illustrators and publishers. Folding in teachers, and translators. Creating a rich fabric of openly licensed multilingual stories for the children of India and the world. Their unique online platform, StoryWeaver, is a playground where children, parents, teachers and librarians can get creative, using the resources to make your own unique books online.

About Creative Commons

Content under Creative Commons licenses can be downloaded, translated and can even be used to create new stories ‐ provided you give appropriate credit, and indicate if changes were made. To know more about this, and the full terms of use and attribution, please visit the following.

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Comments 6

  • I like the story, illustration is super cute.

     
  • Was great for my five year old who takes hours to get dressed claiming nothing fits right. She told me tomorrow I can mix and match mommy so I’ll be comfortable but still pretty.

     
  • It was ok but alot of clothing I do not know of

     
  • It was interesting how she decided to do something different at the end,which was to mix and match.

     
  • Good book, it’s very relatable just how children books should be but to add some words weren’t words every kid would know maybe only kids who spoke a certain language.

    Site Editor – Many books are culture specific, this book is a wonderful book for clothes in the Indian region, but I agree it would be great to make a western version – the book itself is creative commons, where derivatives are allowed, so we will try to make a western version for you soon!

     
  • this book is really interesting because it had lots of rhyme in it so it made me happy

     
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