ONLY BEAUTIFUL, NURTURING PICTURE BOOKS FOR ALL AGES

  Every bit as heartwarming as we expected it to be, Benji Davies' latest book tells the story of a snowflake afraid to fall, and a girl...
  Sharing these again and again💚 (we would like them in English please?)  Lupinella and Ursula tell the stories of two important conserva...
Wolf Children - A parent's look at the movie
No Harry Potter nor the best Disney movie can beat the masterpieces of Japanese animation. Montessori doesn't mean watching zero TV or j...
A glimpse of what we’ve been reading incessantly in the past few months:) Chen Jang Hong is a Chinese painter and illustrator living in Pa...
Some books struggle to be seen.  Like this one, recently published by @graffegbooks , a Welsh publishing company that is not afraid to tack...
  I live in a country where children are expected to start reading and writing at 4 and a half. They are assessed and sometimes ranked publi...
Is earlier better?  A reflection on the race to literacy
  When we went into lockdown, we all had to reorganise a bit our homes.  The most avant-garde companies offered extra benefits to their empl...
You all know Jumbo right? I mean beyond Disney's heartbreaking retelling of the story, which you will never show to your child:) This is...
A Picture Book about colours, by Pascale Estellon
Italian publisher L'Ippocampo is one of those to watch for, even if you don't read in Italian. They are independent, cutting-edge a...
Days are getting shorter and darker..but guess what? Some pretty cool things can only be seen in the dark. I have always liked to explore an...
Two books to explore light and darkness
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