The young girl in this tale has a riot of spiral curls and they’re a fabulous shade of auburn too. They look so fun. But she bemoans them with their knots and their frizz. There’s fun onomatopoeia as the lass tries ridiculous ways to make her hair straight, including weighing it down with books and…
My twin girls, 8, have danced ballet for a few years now and I’m always looking for ways to inspire their dancing. This book is a fantastic introduction to 10 of the world’s best-loved ballets. Each ballet is featured over two double-page spreads and I really like the way the information is presented in segments,…
When my daughter suggested her favourite book character – Ruby Red Shoes – should inspire her fifth birthday party, my mind went wild. So shares Erin Cody.
The story is written in rhyme that flows well and invites reader to explore the puddles within the pages, while also inspiring ideas for imaginary play at home.
A new picture book champions greater aspirations for today’s girls and women by celebrating those who have achieved amazing feats.
Are You An Art Sleuth offers a terrific introduction to “proper art” and it’s pitched perfectly at children.
If your little one loves paper dolls, dress-ups and drawing, you need to beg, borrow or buy The Hundred Dresses books – both the adult and the child versions.