Review: You can’t win them all, Rainbow fish by Marcus Pfister

Original Rainbow Fish book is my all time favourite to plan activities for children. The beautiful illustrations, simple story and child friendly language makes it easy to love this book.   You Can’t Win Them All, Rainbow Fish is no exception.   Rainbow fish is playing hide-and-seek with his friends. He is very confident in […]

The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires

Perfectionists are running the world! They come in all shapes and sizes! Have you ever known a child who is kind of a perfectionist? The one who gets frustrated because their picture didn’t turned out how they wanted it to? Life is tough and the heroine in this book is a good example of how […]

Review: Is Daddy Coming Back in a Minute? by Elke Barber & Alex Barber

This beautiful picture book is written from the personal experience of the sudden death of her husband, about one of the most difficult challenge to ever face as a parent. Most of the children are fascinated about death and has many questions about it. This book is written helping author’s two young children to understand […]

Review: Rosa’s Very Big Job by Ellen Mayer

This is a sweet little picture book about little girl Rosa who wants to surprise her mum while she’s shopping. Rosa asks her grandfather to help to fold the laundry. Rosa has to tell him exactly how to do it properly. Once they are done, Rosa and her grandad are bound for a quick adventure […]

Review: All About Forests by Mack van Gageldonk

If your child enjoys outdoors and walks in the woods and forests, look no further – you just found an amazing book about forest, trees, forest dwellers, seasons and forests around the world. Book is full of fun facts, photos and cute doodles. I really enjoyed this book and it inspired me to plan lots […]

Review: What would it be like? by McArthur Krishna

You know when you finish a book and think – WOW. Yeah, this is the message I got it when I read What would it be like? by McArthur Krishna. The message of the book was very empowering for young girls, telling the stories of what other great women have done in their lives. In the end […]

Review: Not So Wise Owl by Robert James Parfett

Hi everybody! I’m here today quickly to show you this beautiful book for children called Not So Wise Owl by Robert James Parfett. I was very excited to get this book to review as it looked so interesting! The book tells the story about tatty old owl who could not give any good advice and […]

Review: Babushka By Dawn Casey

I must admit, I requested this book mainly because of the name (babushka [бабушка] means grandmother in Russian), and because of this beautiful cover (hey, don’t blame me). Illustrations inside are as nice as outside and so authentic. I still remember old Russian children books in beginning of 90’s … Illustrations in this book looks […]

Review: Dad’s not all there anymore by Alex Demetris

Very nice little comic book about John’s dad Pete who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease couple years ago. Then, later,  when he started to develop other symptoms, Peter got diagnosed with Lewy Body Dementia (LDB). Soon enough his hallucinations and other symptoms became too intense, and Peter had to move into a care home. Before […]