Beta Rising by Graham Bower

After reading Earthshine by Graham Bower, I had been eagerly waiting for the release of the second book. So when I saw his book for review I grabbed the opportunity knowing fully well that my coming days were going to be great. My expectations had been high after Earthshine. So when I received Beta Rising I was thrilled. I was rightContinue reading “Beta Rising by Graham Bower”

The Fox Who Swiped Mother’s Day by J.P. Anthony Williams

I just can’t seem to have enough of J.P. Anthony Williams books. The rich illustrations along with the simple text blend together for a wonderful creation. J.P. Anthony Williams’ presents a yet another charming and endearing children’s book “The Fox Who Swiped Mother’s Day”. It teaches young readers the value of honouring and celebrating mothers.Continue reading “The Fox Who Swiped Mother’s Day by J.P. Anthony Williams”

Finding Freedom: A Ukrainian Tale of Home by  Maryna Kariuk and Ksenia Markevych  

Finding Freedom: A Ukrainian Tale of Home is a wonderful hymn to Ukraine, inspired by the solidarity and bravery of the Ukrainian people. This book is a heartfelt reaching out of a small young girl who discovers her beloved village to be filled within darkness and desolation. She hears people pleading for freedom and wondersContinue reading “Finding Freedom: A Ukrainian Tale of Home by  Maryna Kariuk and Ksenia Markevych  “

Mother’s Love by J.P. Anthony Williams

Mother’s Day Love is a treat for both the eyes and the soul. With this book, J.P. Anthony Williams has delivered yet another endearing children’s book. The lovely story “Mother’s Day Love” centers on the endearing and lovable Amelia, who is determined to give her mother the most memorable Mother’s Day ever. This book isContinue reading “Mother’s Love by J.P. Anthony Williams”

Hangwoman by K.R.Meena

Hangwoman by K.R. Meena is a gripping and thought-provoking novel that explores themes of justice, morality, and identity. The book follows the story of Chetna Grddha Mullick, who is the first woman executioner in India, and her struggles to navigate a world where her profession is frowned upon by society. The novel is beautifully written,Continue reading “Hangwoman by K.R.Meena”

A Shadow by Gitte Tamar

It’s a rarity that I have been disappointed with a book I’ve picked up. When I saw this book, I was really excited about it. I had a feeling that the book would be unlike any children’s book I have read. I was not prepared for this though. The art is eerie and gloomy, andContinue reading “A Shadow by Gitte Tamar”

Lucy and the Enchanted Forest by J P Anthony Williams

“Lucy and the Enchanted Forest” by J.P. Williams is a charming children’s book about a young girl named Lucy who becomes lost in a magical forest. Lucy is a young girl who one days sets out with her mother to collect some berries. While looking for berries she sees a magically splendid colorful butterfly. LucyContinue reading “Lucy and the Enchanted Forest by J P Anthony Williams”

The Zoya Factor: Anuja Chauhan

“The Zoya Factor” by Anuja Chauhan is a delightful romantic-comedy novel that revolves around the Indian cricket team and a young advertising executive, Zoya Solanki, who unwittingly becomes the team’s lucky charm. The book is set against the backdrop of the 2011 Cricket World Cup and follows the journey of the Indian cricket team asContinue reading “The Zoya Factor: Anuja Chauhan”

Unicorn for a Day by Golan Vaknin

Unicorn for a Day is a charming children’s book that takes readers on a magical adventure through the eyes of a child. This is a heartwarming story of a father and his little daughter’s lively, creative bond. They take a few diversions on their way home from school, which causes them to be late, butContinue reading “Unicorn for a Day by Golan Vaknin”

A Fish Called Andromeda by Cynthia C. Huijgens

A heartwarming story of going the extra mile to make dreams come true. The story follows the young girl, Zuki, who longs to have a pet fish but is denied by her mother. Determined to have her own fish, Zuki uses her art supplies to create a fish of her own. However, she accidentally losesContinue reading “A Fish Called Andromeda by Cynthia C. Huijgens”