With so many amazing books for children out in the world, nursery and kid-room bookshelves have the tendency to get filled up pretty quickly — but are you stocking them with the stories you once enjoyed?
Aleesah Darlison (text), James Hart (illus.), Awesome Animal Stories for Kids, Random House Australia, 1 Dec 2015, 178pp., $14.99 (pbk), ISBN 9780857989680 Everyone loves an animal story, especially young children, and even more so when there is...
The below 4 Books are a must for anyone with a dream to be, do and achieve greatness. In no particular order, the below books will change your mindsets, challenge you and push you further on your journey to actualize your dreams. Feel free to click on each one (direct to Amazon.com) and read even more reviews and find out more info.
2016 commemorates 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare. To commemorate, there is so much going on in his home of Stratford-upon-Avon and the surrounding area, visit the Shakespeare's England website to find out more and plan your visit!
Neuroscientists have come up with a way to observe brain activity during natural reading. It's the first time researchers have been able to study the brain while reading actual texts, instead of individual words, and it's already helping settle some ideas about just how we read.
I am holding " The Christopher Robin Storybook + ' by AA Milne and EH Shepard that my mother read to me when I was very young. Looking at it now, I realise that she bought the 1963 edition in Penang,...
Patrick Loughlin (text), James Hart (illus.), Super Sports Stories for Kids, Random House Australia, 1 Dec 2015, 189pp., $14.99 (pbk), ISBN 9780857989666 If anyone had told me I was going to read, let alone enjoy a book about sport, I would never...
My father was born in a cave in Rabat, Malta in 1942. Lying between the battlefields of Europe and North Africa, Malta was highly prized by Hitler and remained under siege for three years, making it the most heavily bombed place of WW2.
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