Apr 172021

Review: Kitten Trouble

The brilliance with which the author engages the youngest of the readers combined with the wonderful illustrations in the book make this a fantastic read. The story had my child hooked right from the first page, with the awesome shopping list illustrations.

Apr 112021

Review: The Water Hole

The book talks about how all the animals visit the water hole and how they leave the place because the water hole dries up. When it rains, the water hole is filled up again and the animals come back. The illustrations are beautifully painted like real scenes from a jungle.

Mar 252021

Review: The Paper Dolls

Not only is the book a fun and light read, it has a beautiful message on how life comes to a full circle with the little girl growing up and making paper dolls with her own little girl.

Mar 082021

Review: The Lion Who Wanted To Love

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.

Dec 282020

Review: Nomad’s Land

Title: Nomad’s LandAuthor: Paro AnandPublisher: Talking Club Type: PaperbackAge Group: 12 years+ In a world that is increasingly divided on the basis of religion, with intolerance and hatred becoming more common, one often wonders “Where…Continue Reading