A 2-year-old girl who was read to by her father for 2 weeks had ‘cracked the code’ of reading by connecting the letters on the pages to the sound of the words her father had spoken. She was able to read independently and never required someone to read to her again.
Can the gap between the gifted and non-gifted lie in the brain function to make these connections? Exploring the ability of children to “crack the code” of reading through unconscious learning, Papa Bear, Papa Bear is a tactile and physical book that employs hidden technology to enable a child to make the right connections. This not only expands the capability of the human mind but also enriches the special moment shared by parent and child during a reading session.