Wishes are hard to find
And when you get hold of one, think carefully of how you will use it. Rabbit is lucky. It can wish for whatever it wants. But rabbit wants to know what its friends would do.
So, off Rabbit goes, asking its friends, and all of them have very beautiful dreams. Rabbit wants them to have their dreams come true- but what if there’s no wish left for its own use? Continue reading “Children’s Book: Wish, by Chris Saunders”
Sophie might be young, but she’s definitely smarter than most people. Why? Well, she can spot a monster from miles away – even if it’s disguised as a human. And her big book of monsters helps her spot them even more easily. But how does she do it? Continue reading “Children’s Book: A Monster Like Me”
It’s never too early to start reading with your children. And we all know that books are the best way for them to get familiar with historical facts and figures. Today, we explore a wonderful book about Simone de Beauvoir by Quarto Publishing Group. Continue reading “Children’s Book Tuesday: Simone de Beauvoir”
You love Shakespeare. But what about your children?
Nearly no one can deny that Shakespeare was a great figure of English theatre. Of course, there was also the creation of word – did you know that a lot of the words we use nowadays come from the man himself? Clearly, reading Shakespeare’s works has a lot of advantages. And children could also learn a lot from his works, and in the same time enjoy them. Continue reading “Children’s Book Tuesday: A stage full of Shakespeare stories”
Abbott and Barley are on an adventure!
Abbott and Barley are on vacation together. Father and son, they want to have a great day. Abbott wants something really special for his son, so he will go to great lengths in order for them to have a special adventure. But, at the end of the day, maybe the best place in the world for Barley is his dad’s arms! Continue reading “Children’s Book Tuesday: Abbott & Barley”
Welcome to Drachenburg
In the beautiful kingdom of Drachenburg lives a bright young girl, who tells stories like no other human can. Silke’s ability to weave stories is so good, that even the crown princess has noticed it. And now that she has, she will need Silke to work for her on a dangerous task that requires a lot of intelligence.
The fairies are coming to the Kingdom of Drachenburg, and nobody knows why. Having lived underground years, the fae are cunning, secretive people. And very, very dangerous. Continue reading “Children’s book: The Girl with the Dragon Heart”