The holiday season is full of hustle for moms with kids at home saying “Momma I am bored”. Remember those magical tales you grew up reading? Pass along the same memories to your junior by sharing these popular children’s books
Diwali is certainly the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu festivals. Every state in India celebrates and calls the festival of lights in a unique way. We are sure that this year everyone would have had a great time
“There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.” – Walt Disney. Agree?
Gajapati Kulapati Gurrburrrroom! is a perfect read-aloud book for reading beginners. Gajapati Kulapati eats a lot and struggles with stomach problems. The funny sounds it makes after eating a lot is the fun element in this story.
Turtle Shelby encased in hard enamel from his toes to the chin, he believes that his shell is bringing him down. He goes on an adventure, narrowly escaping danger at every turn.
When Zoe the Zebra loses her Z, she heads out on an adventure to look for it! On a journey from A to Z, readers are subjected to oodles of silly animals in funny clothes.
Toot Toot Beep Beep is a fun book that starts at a traffic point. Colorful Cars zoom across the pages and the book illustrates the different sounds they make encouraging children to participate.
No One quite like me is a wonderful E-book about Gatsby the Cat and Duffy the Duck. While Gatsby is no good at swimming like Duffy, Duffy learns that his feet are too big to run like Gatsby does.
Baby Farm Animals is a wonderful classic that is a favorite all over the world. It’s more of a learning experience and has stunning illustrations.
The story is about Mother Kanga, who wants to make cookies, but finds that someone has eaten all the cookie dough!