Where’s Will?: Introducing Young Children to Shakespeare

Shakespeare Inspired Art - An Everyday Story

Tales of mistaken identity, tragedy, romance, forest fairies and a donkey-headed man named Bottom, these are the wonderful tales of William Shakespeare. I stumbled across Where’s Will?: Find Shakespeare Hidden in His Plays (a Where’s Wally-style book) in our local bookstore and instantly loved it. Hamlet, MacBeth, Romeo & Juliet, A Midsummer’s Night Dream, all the most […]

Do You Know the Treehouse Books?

The Storey Treehouse Series - An Everyday Story

Have you seen the Treehouse Storey books? They are the most wonderfully silly series of books by Australian children’s author, Andy Griffiths and illustrator, Terry Denton.The series started with The 13 Storey Treehouse and since then the treehouse has grown to include The 26, 39 and 52 Storey Treehouse 🙂  If you haven’t seen these […]

Book Review: 150+ Screen-free Activities for Kids

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contains affiliate links Today I wanted to show you a fabulous new children’s activities book. It’s called 150+ Screen-Free Activities for Kids: The Very Best and Easiest Playtime Activities from FunAtHomeWithKids.com! 150+ Screen-free Activities for Kids is all about the lovely gooey stuff that kids love; slimes, doughs and paints as well as fabulous small […]

Becoming the Story Teller: Welcome to Mamoko

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About six months ago we bought Jack (5.5 yrs) a small CD player for his room. We bought a few audio books and borrowed a few more from the library. Jack took to it straight away; spending large chunks of his day in his room drawing and listening to his stories. These audio books though have […]

My First Book of Nature | Alain Gree

We have so many beautiful books in our little home library that I thought I would share a few with you from time to time. I know from your lovely emails that there are many book lovers among us and if you have a little toddler you are going to love this one. ……….. I […]

Book Review: Children of the World

contains affiliate/sponsored links We have been busy learning about the world. I’ve been thinking about how to introduce different countries and cultures to Jack (5yrs) and Sarah (3yrs) in a way which is meaningful to them. So rather than looking at different countries from a geography sense, we have been learning about children from around […]