Shubh Christmas Bundle
Author: Nidhi Chanani
Illustrator: Nidhi Chanani
Are you looking to bring 2 cultures together for baby's first Christmas? This sweet bundle pairs our bilingual board book Shubh Raatri Dost/Good Night Friend with a beautiful keepsake ornament that is handmade just for your little one. This ornament can be customized with any language (all you have to do is provide the EXACT spelling, with the script). We recommend using Google Transliterate and copy-pasting directly in the comment box.
The Shubh Christmas bundle is available in LIMITED quantities so buy yours today - available both as a gift bundle with a copy of Shubh Raatri Dost/Good Night Friend, or sold separately. If you want to purchase just the ornament, head over to Bhaasha Basics to grab yours today.
Praise for Shubh Christmas Bundle
Shubh Raatri Dost/Good Night Friend Synopsis:
As day turns to night, follow Bhai (brother) and Behan (sister) in their Indian farm home while they bid their animal friends a good night. Children will love this sweet sleep tale that builds their Hindi and English vocabulary. Every page includes Hindi language script, Romanized Hindi, and English language, which makes each language accessible to your whole family.
About Bhaasha Basics and the Personalized Ornament:
"Bhaasha" is a Sanskrit word that means "language." Language is the single most important development for the human being. We all know that teaching young children multiple languages is beneficial because it helps their brain develop in unprecedented ways. But more importantly, language is the key to unlock one's culture and stay connected to one's roots. Bhaasha Basics was born out of a desire to make the basic elements of our languages easy, and more importantly FUN, to teach the next generation.
What better way to bring 2 cultures together than a bilingual holiday tree?! Come join us in creating an all inclusive vibe with our beautifully designed and handmade Christmas ornaments.
The ornaments are customizable in ANY language (all you have to do is provide the EXACT spelling, with the script). We recommend using Google Transliterate and copy-pasting directly in the comment box.