“What fun it is to travel with Beato to Greenland! This precious story about an adventurous cat has captured the hearts of kids and the adult readers alike at Planet Atlanta. While the trip may be fantastic, the story show also shows the real customs and culture of Greenland and the rich illustrations are wonderfully true to life. Kudos to author Sucheta Rawal and illustrators Alexandra Abagiu and Oana Cocheci for creating this entertaining journey for us. Beato Goes to Greenland is such a beautiful experience to read and enjoy. – we can’t wait to see where this globe-trotting cat goes next!” ~ Molly Read Woo, Planet Atlanta
“My 8 year old beamed with joy, with his eyes sparkling ..said ” Mummy ..did you read this book..it so beautiful..it has an exciting story and the graphics are astounding and the characters AWESOME 🙂 I asked him..what did you find inspiring and he answered .. Beato pursued his pursuit for adventure..left his Loving parents , his sibling Russo, and the comforts of HOME and followed his heart to explore the world beyond the boundaries of his warm, cozy HOME ..he met varied people and learned about different cultures ..isnt that inspiring ?
Smilingly, I nodded and said that is what parents want children to do..though hard to let go, they encourage children to explore and learn and bring back treasures of Life – Life Experiences 🙂
So, I would say that ” Beato goes to Greenland” is just not for Pre-schoolers but for all who envisage and conceptualize learning through adventures and exploring across boundaries and experiences ..” A Mother’s Perspective..”
Thank You Sucheta Rawal for introducing ” Beato goes to Greenland” ..it is just not an AWESOME read for the children but also a learning graph for the Parents to connect their children to a broader peripheral of Learning through Travelling and Learning.” ~ Deepa Mahanti Sareen
“A delightful read! Children (and adults) will learn some interesting facts about Greenland, its people, and its culture through an entertaining story. The illustrations are very good, too.” ~ Daniel Sklar