Deliverable No. 1: Story Book Aimed at Children and their Parents
I wanted to have a deliverable where it could encourage parents to spend more time with their children. So I settled upon an illustrated storybook, where the parents would read the book with their children. Hence I crafted a story with two messages one for the children and one for the parents.
Chameleon is rather faint hearted and his colour always reflects his feelings. One day, he got invited to Rabbit’s tea party! But the journey is full of dangers. He has to cross a Raging River, travel through the SpookyWoods, and then the Shadow Forest. Will he safely reach the tea party, or will he succumb to his fears?
The chameleon represents the children, aiming to teach them that it is unhealthy to bottle up their feelings. Children will learn the different ways to purge their emotions through chameleon’s journey.
The friends that chameleon meet on his journey aims to educate parents on the various different ways they can aid their children healthily manage their emotions.
things to fix:
- margins (my text disappeared due to the binding
- the binding (look into hardcover binding)
- the text had orphans and rivers.
- grammar mistakes