Children’s Books – Reviews

Little Bear’s Winter – BBC Children in Need

Little Bear

A beautiful little book about friendship by Maya Victoria Linde. A book that makes a difference – all profits go towards this year’s BBC Children in Need fundraising marathon. We’ve decided to start early :) Please scroll down to add this book to a cart or click here now! One of the main characters, Little […]


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Become an Agent of the Secret Seed Society

Secret Seed Society Books

Wanted: agents with green fingers! The Secret Seed Society has come up with a novel idea that is bound to get more kids into reading, gardening and healthy eating – an all-round solution, I’d say. The Secret Seed Society has started a children’s books series starring various veggie characters like, for example, Rudy Raddish and […]


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The Tiger who Came to Tea – Judith Kerr

Tiger who Came to Tea

British writer and illustrator Judith Kerr was born in Germany. She left the country when she was 10 years old. She used to live in Switzerland and France before settling in Britain. When she was a little girl, she dreamt of becoming a famous writer. But, funnily, she only began writing and illustrating books when […]


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The Cat in the Hat – Dr Seuss

The Cat in The Hat

An American cartoonist and writer Dr Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel) mostly known for his story “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” has published 49 children’s books. One of the Beginner Book series published by Random House was The Cat in the Hat. This series of books was oriented towards teaching children reading at an early age. […]


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Alan Milne – Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

Is there somebody who doesn’t know Winnie the Pooh? No! Everybody know the lovely Pooh Bear and his many friend that live in the Hundred Acre Wood. In reality it was Five Hundred acre Wood – Ashdown Forest where the Milne family lived. Alan Alexander Milne based the characters of his bear stories on his […]


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Strega Nona – Tomie DePaola

Tommie DePaola

American author Tomie DePaola was born to a family of Irish and Italian heritage. He was attracted to art and got a Master of Fine Arts degree. JHe has written and/or illustrated around 200 books. Strega Nona was first published in 1979. Tomie has written and illustrated this children’s book. Strega Nona in Italian means […]


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Shadow by Michael Morpurgo

Shadow

English author Michael Andrew Bridge Morpurgo is the third Children’s Laureate. He has written more than 100 children’s books; and five of them have been made into films. Shadow is a story of a boy from Afganistan. Aman is an illegal immigrant who is looking for an asylum in Britain. Aman’s father has been murdered. […]


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A Bear Called Paddington – Michael Bond

Paddington Bear

Thomas Michael Bond, a famous and widely loved English author, published his first book “A Bear Called Paddington” in 1958. Paddington is a bear who makes a journey to England from the Deepest Darkest Peru as a stowaway. His origins are not entirely clear but it is understood that his Aunt Lucy has sent him […]


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The Borrowers – Mary Norton

The Borrowers

Mary Norton is one of the most famous and successful British authors. Although she is mainly famous for her Borrowers series, she has a very special space in World’s children’s literature. She began her writing career in 1943 with a book titled “How to Become a Witch in Ten Easy Lessons”. The first Borrowers book […]


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Kenneth Graheme – The Wind in the Willows

The Wind in the Willows

There aren’t many books in World literature that are read with enthusiasm by all people both adults and children. Those books are loved, read and re-read many times during a lifetime. Using those great and important books parents educate their kids and occasionally turn a leaf or two in search for that life-knowledge. The Wind […]


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