Free books aka Street Library

Photo credit StreetLibrary.org.au Why are we obsessed with street libraries? Because they are an ingenious idea and are free. If you don’t know the concept, here it is: You place a weathertight box outside your house/apartment block and put a few books you are keen to find a new home. Someone will walk past andContinue reading “Free books aka Street Library”

What The Ladybird Heard

Book review of The Ladybird Heard by Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks. Rhymes, rhymes and ingenious story line! Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks are a wonderful combination! ‘What the ladybird heard’ is an excellent book in so many levels. Illustration, text, story, flow, texture, morals and the list goes on. It also appeals to aContinue reading “What The Ladybird Heard”

Create and Explore New Possibilities

There was a time not so long ago in which you needed to either know people to get a break or to do something extraordinary in a particular time where someone in particular was there and this person would ‘discover’ you. For you to exhibit your paintings, photographs, sculptures; to verbalise your ideas, to expressContinue reading “Create and Explore New Possibilities”

The Boy Who Didn’t Like The Night

We are incredibly proud of this super-young little boy called Ewan Stewart. At only 4, he has nailed the basics of storytelling – he must have had many books read to him, right? We will soon publish more on how this story was created- it can make your heart melt a little bit! Pre-sales nowContinue reading “The Boy Who Didn’t Like The Night”