Our Superstars of August 2022
Updated: 2 days ago
We loved these books and will repeat reading them every often.
Best Book - Overall
# 1 Where Are You From?
We often question children from different ethnicities about where they come from. This book is an excellent read for them and others to understand the emotional aspect of being asked for something that may not always have a perfect answer. Check our full review by clicking on the book icon.
Where Are You From? is an excellent pick for young children and adults on the quest to find an answer to where they are from.
# 2 The Invisible Boy
The book presents how a minor act of kindness by one person can change everyone else’s perception. It is more powerful when conveyed through kids. Check our full review by clicking on the book icon.
The Invisible Boy by Trudy Ludwig is a beautiful book promoting inclusiveness.
# 3 Raven and her magical friends
The book communicates a beautiful message of healthy self-esteem to kids. In addition, the rhyming text makes it an exciting read for young children. Check our full review by clicking on the book icon.
Raven and her magical friends by Jatoria M Crews powerfully portray appearance positivity for young children.
Best Book - Illustration
# 1 Oscar the Ferry Cat
Oscar’s mindless quest for adventure makes him lose his safe home. It is a pleasant story of a cat’s quest for adventure ending well with a beautiful friendship. Check our full review by clicking on the book icon.
Oscar, the Ferry Cat by Molly Arbuthnott is a pleasant story about a cat’s misadventure leading to a beautiful friendship.
# 2 My City View
The book helps you see everyday things more imaginatively, and children will love such ideas and may even come up with amusing ones. The book concludes well with an encouraging message that you can do anything. Check our full review by clicking on the book icon.
My City View kindles your imagination to think beyond what you see and encourages you to dream big.
# 3 My Big Welcome
This book can help children understand and move on while recovering from such events. It also can help kids learn compassion towards others. Check our full review by clicking on the book icon.
My Big Welcome by Onaolapo Dagunduro conveys empathy to little-big hearts through a beautiful account of resilience.