Book Recommendations for ages

The landmark Becoming a Nation of Readers report from 1985 concluded that “the single most important activity for building knowledge for their eventual success in reading is reading aloud to children.”

There are 30 benefits to reading aloud, including strengthening children’s social, emotional, and character development. According to a recently published study, reading to very young children is linked to decreased levels of aggression, hyperactivity, and attention difficulties. The study’s lead author shared this insight with The New York Times, “When parents read with their children more . . . they learn to use words to describe feelings that are otherwise difficult and this enables them to better control their behaviour when they have challenging feelings like anger or sadness.”

Early Learning Books

Early learning books and early learning concepts are all about laying the foundation for future academic and professional success. Background and reference knowledge is a key aspect of building your kids’ self-esteem and confidence as they enter and explore the world around them. Early learning books include alphabet books, rhyming and wordplay, numbers, colours, opposites, shapes, and more.
The Wonky Donkey

The Wonky Donkey

Pin the tail on the fastest-selling donkey on three legs! A new edition of the viral internet sensation and runaway #1 global bestseller featuring the funny, cumulative song about the spunky, hanky-panky cranky stinky dinky lanky honky-tonky winky wonky donkey.


Don’t Call Me Grumpycorn

 Unicorn, Narwhal, Mermaid and Jellyfish are ready for an adventure, and, as Unicorn quite rightly points out, is more adventurous than travelling into SPACE! What could possibly go wrong?!

Pig the blob

Pig the Blob

Pig is the world’s LAZIEST Pug. There’s nothing that can make him put down the snacks and get off the couch! Or is there…?