Alma and How She Got Her Name is a wonderful book showing how a name we carry in the present can pay tribute to those that came before us. Thank you to Candlewick Press for the review copy!
We all have a pile of travel books in our houses to specific places – Hawaii, Mexico, Italy, etc. But this book takes it one step further and tells *you* where it thinks you should go. Based on feelings.
Easter is right around the corner! If you want to cool it on the candy and put something a little more substantial in those Easter Baskets, I’ve got the perfect list for you!
Forever or a Day is a truly heartwarming tale about the power of time.
In honour of International Women’s Day, here is one of my new ultimate all-time favourite books highlighting the bravery of some amazing young women.
I’m super excited to be part of the blog tour for Tanaz Bhathena’s stunning new book, A Girl Like That.
This book is for all the parents who try and read a book, and are promptly told they are doing it “wrong.”
This book about a girl weaseling her way into bed with her parents hit a little close to home for us! Haha!
Once in a while I’ll read a picture book that, through picture and text, takes my breath away. This is one of those books.
Girls Made of Snow and Glass is a feminist, LGBT, fresh new take on a Snow White retelling. But it’s not preachy – I really enjoyed this book!