books · multicultural families · multilingualism · reading challenge

Challenge accepted, HelMet!

We are avid users of library services. We visit the local library weekly, have materials delivered (for free!), enjoy the children-friendly events. I've taken a habit of loaning dvds for our movie nights and we regularly borrow boardgames as well. So when I heard about the Little Helmet Reading Challenge, I thought, this is definitely… Continue reading Challenge accepted, HelMet!

books · multilingualism · reviews

The best Christmas gift, a personalised book by Wonderbly

When R was smaller, her grandparents bought her a special gift. We heard of Wonderbly's personalised books from other parents and we thought hey, what a cool idea. When we received it home, little did we know that it would become an all time favourite pick at reading time. There's something I love of Wonderbly… Continue reading The best Christmas gift, a personalised book by Wonderbly

books · interviews · podcast

The role of books in our multicultural family, my appearance at The Segilola Salami Show

It's funny for once to be on the other side of an interview. Well, I should say a friendly and lovely chat, as this is what I truly had with Segilola Salami few days ago. Segilola is a parenting blogger, a children books' author, and a podcast host. Her show gives stage to several voices,… Continue reading The role of books in our multicultural family, my appearance at The Segilola Salami Show

books · child development · reviews

My 10 best children books about feelings

Reading has a very important role in our family dynamics. I want to cultivate my kids' love for books and I feel that starts from me and my commitment to read to them. There's quite a feeling in taking your time to browse through a book and in today's hectic world, that's something to pass… Continue reading My 10 best children books about feelings