Saturday, 7 April 2018

International Children's Book Day

Children should be reading daily so really everyday should be considered children's book day across the globe! Reading is one of my favourite hobbies and I believe every child should be encouraged to develop a love for reading too. Below I have given a few examples of some great readings for your little ones to set their sights on, enjoy.

I'M A PRETTY LITTLE BLACK GIRL! Introduces adorable Mia, who wakes with her hair just-a-going every which-a-ways! With her abundant energy and joy leading the way, readers follow Mia as she plays with her friends who are all shades, shapes and sizes. There's tall Kia, Keisha the reader, Charlotte her best friend, Dina Rose-Marie the artist, Imani the dancer, Anna who loves sports, Ruby the singer, and honey-haired Tracy. Mia finds that Pretty is within herself and her friends, and being pretty is way beyond what the mirror shows. (Amazon)

'This beautifully illustrated book introduces readers of all ages to 40 women who changed the world.

Among these biographies, readers will find heroes, role models, and everyday women who did extraordinary things - bold women whose actions and beliefs contributed to making the world better for generations of girls and women to come. Whether they were putting pen to paper, soaring through the air or speaking up for the rights of others, the women profiled in these pages were all taking a stand against a world that didn't always accept them.' (Wordery)

'Maria dreams of faraway places and the exciting fantasy of other countries. But most of all she wants to meet wonderful girls like her from all around the world who also say, I'M A LOVELY LITTLE LATINA!

With a brightly colored magical balloon as BIG as her imagination, Maria and her cute little doggie float up to travel high above the clouds and across the skies! She visits other girls to sing songs in Spanish and have lots of fun as she sparkles up the day with colorful ribbons, confetti, chocolates wrapped in gold and lots of JOY!

Maria finds that her dreamy travels can be lonely. But love for her family leads her all the way back home with a marching band, pinatas and a big, HAPPY parade -- just for her!' (Amazon)

'My Mummy is Superwoman highlights the admiration young girls have for their mother’s. Most girls have a very special bond with their mums. Even if they don’t have a mother, they will most likely have a mother-type figure that does the things the book talks about.
They often see them as these incredible beings (which, of course, they are) that are amazing in everything they do!' (Casey Elisha Books)

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