Two and half years ago, Koolamundo was launched with our first children’s book, Klara The Cow Who Knows How To Bow. And what an incredible journey it has been.
Since then we have added a song, read along video, dress up app and the story of Klara is now in ten different languages.
Klara even has her own Mummy and me puppets.
Prototypes of our backpacks, puppets, and key chains are complete, and will all go to production in January 2018.
Calves stay with their mums from three to eight months, until they are done with weaning. The longer a calf can stay with her mother the better it will be. Cow refers to the females of the bovine group and males are usually called bulls or steers. Cows can see at panoramic, vision, so it is hard to creep up on them. Did you know that Bovines cannot see the colour red. Also, cows have an amazing sense of smell which helps to detect imminent danger.
Koolamundo has created an engaging teaching manual for the Klara The Cow Who Knows How To Bow book and song. Our teaching method helps stimulate word sounds, reading, creativity, acting, music, dancing and singing with the assistance of our Klara The Cow Puppets. We work with pre-school, kindergarten and reception.
Below is a sample from our new Klara The Cow Activity Book. How many differences can you find? Let us know on Facebook.
Exciting Koolamundo News:-
You will be able to download Klara The Cow Who Knows How To Bow in 7 different languages on KDP. 29th November – 2nd December. Please check her out and lets us know what you think of our famous friend Klara! She would love to hear from you all on Amazon. #itsakoolworld
Kimberley grew-up as a third culture kid; born in the UK, and then living in Africa, America, New Zealand, several European countries and currently residing in Hong Kong. She is on a journey to educate and entertain our children and youth about the Kool world we live in through her books, audio books, sing-a-long books, videos and fun puppets. Please join her on this edutainment adventure!