Tag Archives: children’s books

What we’re reading: The Small Five

We love Harriet Stanes’ artwork in our house, so when I discovered that she had illustrated a new children’s book by Ralph Johnstone, I couldn’t wait to add it to our library! The book is called The Small Five, and Harriet … Continue reading

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What we’re reading: In the Town All Year Round

In the Town All Year Round is a classic in our house. It’s a book with very few words, but my kids can sit and flip through the pages for hours. We’ve had this book for years, and it gets pulled off … Continue reading

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What we’re reading: Sarah Stewart’s The Gardener

We went to the library last week and came back with a huge pile of books for the girls. Claire couldn’t wait to start reading, and we sat down to enjoy a book right away. We picked a real beauty: The Gardener, … Continue reading

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Our favorite Kenyan children’s books – World Moms Blog

I’m over at World Moms Blog today, writing about our favorite Kenyan children’s books. We got a few new ones this weekend at the Giraffe Centre in Karen, and I wanted to share! We are really loving Chirchir is Singing, … Continue reading

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What we’re reading: empowering children’s books with black characters

I’m always on the lookout for great children’s books, especially books featuring a diverse cast of characters. Claire is always looking for people and characters who look like her, and we think it’s so important for our kids to see themselves … Continue reading

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