‘Little Pierrot, Volume 1: Get the Moon’ By Alberto Varanda
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‘Little Pierrot, Volume 1: Get the Moon’ By Alberto Varanda

Pierrot’s imagination leads him to have a zig-zag journey from one place to another where he is often either outside or in his bedroom, impatiently attempting to grab a book from a high shelf (and, not to our surprise, Newton’s 3rd law comes into effect at this moment — as the snail says to Pierrot). Continue reading

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‘If My Moon Was Your Sun’ By Andreas Steinhöfel, Illustrations By Nele Palmtag
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‘If My Moon Was Your Sun’ By Andreas Steinhöfel, Illustrations By Nele Palmtag

If My moon Was Your Sun is a story filled with nostalgia and great love. It’s filled with humor and adult-like scenarios that makes this book befitting for parents to read to their children, especially if there is a loved one who has memory loss. Continue reading

‘The Girl Who Said Sorry’ By Hayoung Yim, Illustrations By Marta M.
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‘The Girl Who Said Sorry’ By Hayoung Yim, Illustrations By Marta M.

The Girl Who Said Sorry by Hayoung Yim is a testament to the contradicting double standards that young girls and women face on a daily basis. As an amazing bonus, 50% proceeds from this book goes to serve Girl Up, a United Nations Foundation adolescent girl campaign. Continue reading

‘The Little Chicken Named Pong-Pong’ By Wanda Steward
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‘The Little Chicken Named Pong-Pong’ By Wanda Steward

Wanda Steward’s story is a humble one; she is a mother and grew up not knowing how to read or write. When her children asked her to read a story, she would instead use the pictures and her imagination to craft her own version. This led to her eventually wanting to learn how to read — and to the creation of The Little Chicken Named Pong-Pong. Continue reading