Sep 222021
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Shoo, Crow! – A Laughter Riot! [Review]

There is nothing more that young children like in a book than a seemingly unsolvable problem, narrated so funnily that you fall off from the bed laughing.

Sep 162021

Review: The Black Tide: 1978, The Sinking Of The Amoco Cadiz

The book is about the sinking of the supertanker, the Amoco Cadiz, that sank off the coast of Brittany in France in March 1978, spilling 227000 tonnes of oil into the ocean. The story is narrated from the point of view of a little child, Yann, who belongs to a fisherman’s family.

Aug 202021

Review: The Girl Who Loved To Sing – Teejan Bai

Finding inspirational biographies for children is difficult, finding a biography that will leave a permanent imprint in your heart is rare. The Girl Who Loved To Sing is a book that will make you marvel at the spirit of Teejan Bai, who fought for her right to be allowed to sing.

Jul 292021

Review: Giggi and Daddy

Giggi and Daddy is a beautiful book that reminds us of the fact that fathers are equally important in the parenting journey but are often forgotten. We celebrate mothers for giving birth, we celebrate a mother’s love but what about a father’s love and celebrating them for all that they do?