So I recall a few months ago telling my 5-year-old nephew a story. To be realistic, my nephew paid more attention to the book’s drawings and pictures than to the actual text. Therefore, this is what a five-year-old would expect. I know that is sort of the reason for which children’s book illustrators have to experience all the challenges of making the book so vibrant and imaginative. That is how children love studying. You use these imaginative and vibrant pictures to catch and stimulate the creativity of the infant. Do you think it is the safest way to get the attention of a child?