In a world full of stereotyping, I am always on the look out for books that teach children acceptance. This book, ‘The Lion Who Wanted to Love’ by Giles Andreae does exactly that.
Little S had access to a lot of books since the day she came home from the hospital (thanks to her brother’s love for books). She started listening to bedtime stories since she was a less than a month old. Since then her library has been growing. Here are favourite 30 books!
Usborne Little Peep-Through Books, as usual, do not disappoint. It is a wonderful wonderful series, with absolutely delightful pictures. It asks ‘are you there little elephant’ on each page as we see a new body part hidden away between the riot of colours.
Our #kbcBookBingoJr entry post. I wanted to share our 30 books in the Junior category, although we don’t live in India. (I do have an Indian address for submission). Our journey of reading started at…Continue Reading
First of all no textbook rules can be followed as far as raising readers are concerned (or anything parenting). Every kiddo is different and so is every parent. Some started reading while preggers or to…Continue Reading
When my first was born, we bought a flurry of books, hard, soft, black and white, colourful, pop ups, stories, sounds books, shapes, lift-the-flaps, whatever one may find. So by the time smallie arrived, we…Continue Reading