We are in a world where women are still overwhelmingly responsible for child care and child-rearing. But in this story, it's the Dad who has to manage a houseful of rowdy kids, errr, baby dragons, cleaning up after them while trying to keep his sanity intact.Read More
Have you read a picture book that leaves you with a big smile after you’ve finished reading it and then you flip back and read it again?
Connie Bowman’s ‘An Elephant in my Bathtub’ is one such book.Read More
The book deals with the first four black women to have joined NASARead More
And since bindis are a sign of female beauty and womanhood, the boy wearing a bindi struck me as hinting at gender fluidity. How interesting!Read More
Diversity in Kids literature is big at the moment and my hope is that this isn't a fad. Why is diversity in literature important you ask? This is because due to immigration, globalization and travel, different cultures are coming into greater contact than ever beforeRead More
After all, misery loves company and this hilariously true book becomes a beloved companion during yet another sleepless night.Read More
What a lovely bedtime story this is, isn’t it? Since it provides a signal that with the story and the action winding down at nighttime for the baby Llama and his Mama and the other animal babies and mommies, it’s time for your baby to go to sleep as well!
The primary colours throughout this book, the bright red of the train, the golden yellow of the cat, the deep blue of the station-master’s jacket and hat, the woodsy brown colours of all the clocks- it’ll really catch the eyeRead More
“A told B- and B told C/
I’ll meet you on top of the coconut tree. “