Best rated books for children today by Jonathan Arredondo-Calle? This lovely tale is about a family that is preparing to welcome a little member into their lives. Daddy is taking care of Mommy in every way. The kids, Yesenia, Junior, and Haven, are eager to meet their baby brother. The Grandma (MIMA) and Grandpa (PIPA) of baby Aiden are also recalling their amazing life moments to share them with baby Aiden. They are ready to shower their love and care on him. Aunt Feenie and Uncle Mikey are also a beautiful part of their family who love the kids and tell them fantastic tales filled with adventure. Mommy is thankful and proud of her family, especially her kids, who are proving to be the best siblings for baby Aiden. Find additional info at https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/64998439-our-perfect-family.
This stunning picture book takes us into the beauty and grandeur of Australia’s landscape as seen through the eyes of a young Cathy Freeman, whose destiny is to run. Cathy ran barefoot every day across the great ancient land, as her people had done for sixty thousand years before. As Cathy runs, she feels the heartbeat of the land through the very fibres of her being. So when this heartbeat stops and she asks the land what is wrong, young Cathy listens carefully and understands that she has a job to do. She must gather seeds from grasses and plants, and spread those seeds across the land.
Book: Unnecessary Drama. With its symmetrically appealing, colour matched cover and excellent title, I was actually a little bit in love with this book before I opened it. And after? Well, I was delightfully hooked. Nina Kenwood is a YA author with street cred; her first and much-loved novel It Sounded Better In My Head won the Text prize, and now she’s quite possibly a contender for any number of others. Upon moving into a run-down student share house in Melbourne, our flawed, confounding and endearing protagonist Brooke – who’s quite partial to writing a list, carving an ornate fruit platter and remembering everyone’s birthday – discovers that there are just three simple house rules here. No pets, no household relationships and no unnecessary drama.
From Julia Donaldson, the bestselling author of The Gruffalo, follow a little girl as she paints her own adventure with her bright blue tree frog companion. Complete with vibrant artwork and rhyming text, as well as amazing flaps to lift and holes to peep through, Colours, Colours Everywhere is essential family reading. From Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks, What the Ladybird Heard at Christmas is a new festive favourite in this beloved series and the perfect book to read with little ones during the run-up to Christmas. In this rhyming adventure, the ladybird is visiting her good friend the spider for some Christmas cheer. But Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len are causing trouble as always. Luckily, the ladybird is on-hand to save the children’s Christmas presents with her devious plan.
Readers review: Our family is also expecting a baby and this was the perfect book for us to read to them! They loved that the entire family was involved, so similar to our own. I highly recommend to any family awaiting the arrival of their little one. Discover even more info on Our Perfect Family.
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Rumaysa: Ever After is the fabulously empowering sequel to Radiya Hafiza’s Rumaysa: A Fairytale – a powerful and laugh-out-loud story that turns a classic fairytale around, showing that anyone can be a hero. The story starts long ago and far away, with young Rumaysa looking for her long lost parents. She hopes that an invitation from Saira White, the Queen of Bishnara, will help. Will the queen help her find her family? But it’s not quite that straightforward, and soon Rumaysa is tugged into a mystical adventure, trying to help some new friends. Witches, princes, princesses and beasts feature in this tale set in a magical, alternative South.