Another delightful 'story-telling math' book - we love it!
In the rain forest of the Peruvian Amazon, Zonia hears the call of the forest - and teaches us all as she answers.
Exquisite illustrations and layers of meaning in a powerful narrative about Indigenous-led movements to protect the Earth and speak for those that cannot speak for themselves.
A song of love and aspiration - of letting go and coming home.
Dreamy rhythmic language as a girl migrates from Taiwan to San Diego, growing up as her beloved Popo grows old.
A wistful poem of love - if only the children will listen.
A sensitive, compassionate book that opens spaces for complex conversations.
Swirling colours and lyrical words - beauty on every page, in every face.
Snowy weather turns my thoughts - and our reading - to seeds and growth and Spring, and the families we want to share it with.
by Tami Charles, illustrated by Jacqueline Alcantara, Candlewick Press, 2019 My three-year-old daughter loves this book. I can feel her engagement from the beginning as Ti Gran and Belle start their cooking and the rhythm of the book begins. This book shifts its moods without ever losing its joy as Belle’s grandmother teaches her to … Continue reading Book Review: Freedom Soup – how can such a wrenching, important story be so joyful?