Children’s Book Author Interview with Fazilla Shujaat

Fazilla Shujaat is a Children's Book Author. She has had three children's books published already which are available to buy on Amazon as a Digital Ebook and Paperback. Fazilla Shujaat is very creative and her books are full of adventure and magic. She has been in the writing field for over fifteen years and also [...]

Book Review Little Elephants / Elefantitos: A bilingual lift-the-flap book (Canticos)

Book Review Little Elephants / Elefantitos: A bilingual lift-the-flap book (Canticos) Canticos: Elefantitos/ Little Elephants is a bilingual book by Susie Jaramillo. This Board Book is perfect for little hands, the picture book explores counting and friendship, by using rhyming and alliteration. This book is Bilingual and would be a way to introduce Spanish at an […]

Book Suggestion Ria, are you ok?: Adventures in Pakistan

Suggested Reading Ria, are you ok?: Adventures in Pakistan (My Last Vacation)   Ria is a treasure hunter trying to find her way in the world while looking after her alcoholic friend. Bruno is a teacher who decided to take his dog on an adventure. Peter is a freelance writer whose trip to India takes an unexpected turn. Bong Gu […]

Book Review Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas by Natasha Yim

“Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas” written by Natasha Yim and illustrated by Grace Zong I love this picture book! Natasha Yim introduces the Chinese New Year to young readers by retelling a classic for children “Goldilocks and the Three Bears”. This is a MUST HAVE for teachers,  teaching readers about Chinese New Year, and […]

Worms by Bernard Friot

This is a quick and funny story about a little boy up to no good. This mischievous boy decided to mix thing up and add some flavor to his father’s fancy dinner party. This book will be one to easily entertain children, it will become a repeat read and you just might want to check […]

Bug in a Vacuum by Melanie Watt

Bug in a Vacuum by Melanie Watt I loved this story, what a great way to explain grief to a child.  Using the perspective of a fly (bug) and a dog, each dealing with process of grieving with the five stages of grief (the Kübler-Ross model) The illustrations were amazing such and attention to detail, […]