Category Children’s

Discovery Globe by Leon Gray

Friday, July 31, 2020 Children's

I know that each child has their own needs and hobbies, sadly mine is only 4 and is totally obsessed with countries and flags (as I am sure you are aware if you follow me). That’s why we are always looking for toys with flags/countries for my little one to learn in a funny way, I can say that he recognises more flags than me and knows where to locate them in the map!
That’s why when I saw the book/toy Discovery Globe by Walker I thought it would be an amazing present for him and I think for any kid who loves to learn in a funny way! Because this is quite a complete set, there’s a book and a globe to assemble.

I’ll start talking about the globe, it’s quite easy to assemble (if the child is young, you’ll have to help them)...

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The Book Dragon Club by Lexi Rees

Wednesday, July 29, 2020 Children's

About The Book

Packed with awesome activities, this journal has everything a book dragon needs!

  • Tackle the fun reading challenges
  • Set up a book club with your friends
  • Host award ceremonies and parties
  • Make up games and quizzes based on your favourite books

Plus space for book reviews, reading lists and so much more.


My Thoughts

This is a very special book, for any book lover (no matter the age, believe me!) and perfect to keep a track of all your reads (the loved ones and the so-so too) full of interesting activities and challenges to keep you reading all the time.
I know that some kids struggle with reading but this is a perfect tool to make the books more attractive for them and to put some “prizes” when they read or finish a book...

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In Every House, in Every Street by Jess Hitchman

Sunday, July 5, 2020 Children's  No comments

  In every house, on every street  by Jess  Hitchman, for children there is laughter and tears. There are friends. There is family. And there is love.
A heartwarming celebration of homes…


My Thoughts

We love to travel and discover new countries around the world, but for the last 3 months we’ve been closed at home, yes, like most of the people around the world. Our house has stopped being simply a “house” but a place for adventures, discoveries and travels. And I felt that this is what this book tries to represent, this “new world” to the little ones, because the house we always used as something to breath between the daily activities has now a different job, being all the world and places that we could visit/stay for the last months.
I felt that this book was a way to teac...

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