My First Book 10 – Pet Friends
Researchers from Finland found that children’s contact with animals can help promote the development and maturity of their immune system. Their immune response will be more stable, and the repair time after infection will be shortened. And children with pets are also more likely to learn various communication techniques such as humility, care, tolerance, etc., which will help them develop good characters.
Lots of families have encountered the question of whether to keep pets, and in this case, you may refer to our latest series, My First Book – Pet Friends. This series covers a wide range of pets, and helps parent-child interaction through performing child-pet activities and different hands-on gadgets. Parents can also be more vividly introduce the life habits and characteristics of different pets to the children and help the children choose the pets they want to keep and grow with them.
In addition, it is agreed that “replace purchase with adoption.” If you like animals, it is recommended that everyone go to an animal shelter to adopt them so that abandoned animals have a second chance to meet a new family who will spend their lives together.
Recommended Age: 0-3yr