I am a self-proclaimed book fiend. Children's literature holds a special place in my heart - I think it is because my mother is an avid book lover herself and taught me from very early on to love classic, well-written children's literature.
Beautiful, enriching illustrations are just a part of the draw of a wonderful children's story, and so most of the books we review here will have gorgeous drawings.
You will not find any lackluster books on this blog. No vulgar Dora, Spongebob or Disney.
We believe in books that beautify the experience of growing up and learning.


Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Pumpkin Pumpkin by Jeanne Titherington


Pumpkin Pumpkin is the perfect Autumn read for little ones.
Simple words follow the story of how a pumpkin seed is planted, germinates and grows into a massive pumpkin for little boy, Jamie, to enjoy in the Fall.


This one is good for a little science lesson teaching how things grow. It also has gorgeous, muted illustrations.

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