If you want to keep your child busy and happily engaged, a Richard Scarry book will do the trick!
If you want your child to develop empathy and respect towards other professions, especially these ones to whom we owe a huge debt, please get this book! The book will also make them kinder and help you have conversations on the pandemic, the hardships that everyone has faced and what we can all do to make it easier.
The UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP) launched the #KindnessMatters campaign to collect powerful stories of kindness, driven by single individuals, that had a huge impact. This book is a collection of fifty of the most inspiring stories from this campaign.
The twins, Zayn and Zoey, visit a forest reserve, where the ranger explains why certain animals are endangered, and how if we humans are not careful, they could become extinct.
While we have many favourite publishers, the one that has given us the most giggles and happiness is undoubtedly Tota books. I think these books will have my heart forever.
The book “What do you want to be when you grow up” is such a delight to read, with the author answering these questions from the perspective of a small boy, in the most hilarious ways possible. Written in rhyming verse, the highlight of the book is that it mentions offbeat options.