Childrens

Random entry RSS

  • Posted in:

    A Boy Called Christmas

    If you are searching for a story to explain Father Christmas, the reindeer, the elves and hewlip plants, then this is the book for you! […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Wordburger

    David Astle has managed to do it again! Managed to scramble the brain with words, Yes words, in this latest, just before Christmas collection, that […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Malini

    This book is the latest in the series, “Through my eyes”. Other books for younger readers, deal with the drug wars in Mexico, unrest in […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Wish

    A baby wolf can see, hear and feel how much she is loved. Each page in this book shows how her father is by her […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Happy

    Because Emma writes and illustrates her own work, the cohesiveness is marvellous. The text and the illustrations complete the story together. The title is simply […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Go Home Little One

    Florence is a baby hedgehog who lives in a tree in the forest with her mother. Florence loves the seasons and their differences, but wasn’t […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Lara of Newtown

    Actually, this book is a compilation of drawings by many of the McKimmie children and grandchildren. Acknowledgements are given at the back of the book […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Hop Up! Wriggle Over!

    It is no surprise that the author’s most favourite themes are those about the environment, and kids who just enjoy themselves. Elizabeth grew up on […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Splosh

    The cover of this book will be a magnet for children. The colours and the shiny paper, the animals and their tracks will attract many […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Summer Rain

    Summer Rain is a beautifully written and illustrated children’s picture book. It conveys an enormous wealth of meaning, understanding and joyfulness throughout. The Aboriginal appearance […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Tashi

    This 20th anniversary edition of Tashi has all the wonderfully familiar features, which bring instant recognition. The front cover consists of the single word TASHI, […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    The Cloudspotter

    This is a very gently coloured, gently told story about clouds and friendship and persistence. The end papers at the beginning show just clouds; at […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    The Dream Snatcher

    This fantasy story for young readers contains all the elements of a fantasy genre, put together in an excellent and cohesive manner. Moll, the gypsy […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Hansel and Gretel

    It has always been said the at there is more to the traditional fairy tale than just the story about good and evil, but when […]

    Read more