Non-fiction books aren’t exactly my go to when visiting a bookstore or library – but this is an example of one done just right. It had great illustrations, plenty of information and even some humour, making it a solid must have for family book shelves.
We all know that reading to children is important and that we should do it. But do you ever wonder why it’s so important? Other than the fact that it will improve literacy?
See below to see some reasons and get motivated to start reading!Read More »
There can never enough stories about friendships in children’s books – and this one is adorable. Especially as the friendship is between a little dinosaur and a polar bear.
Roo is a happy little dinosaur who is content just chilling on his little dinosaur island when Erik the polar bear rocks up on his ice berg. The two become fast friends and go on an adventure together.Read More »
Children’s books that feature animals are not exactly rare, but one that features animals that you’ve never heard of that have almost impossible names? That’s something your kids will love to read.
This was my first time reading a Melrose and Croc adventure and I have to say, I was impressed. These two characters are adorable! This is the sixth book about Melrose and Croc, and this one definitely made me keen to pick up the other ones – and anything else by Emma Chichester Clark.
What do Pig the Pug, Harry Potter, Winnie the Pooh and Alice from Wonderland all have in common?
They are awesome children’s book characters that are loved and recognised all around the world!
But what makes them so awesome? And how can we create our own amazing characters? Read on to see five things you MUST always consider when writing children’s characters.