Beep Beep Bubbie has received another great review in The Coast Reporter. “(An) upbeat and brightly illustrated story.” – The (Sunshine) Coast Reporter Read the full review here.
Tradewind titles Beep Beep Bubbie and Crocs in a Box have received very favourable reviews in The Jewish Independent. Beep Beep Bubbie: “The illustrations by Élisabeth Eudes-Pascal are wonderfully colourful and fun; full of energy and movement.”– The Jewish Independent Crocs in a Box: “This collection would make a great Chanukah gift, expected or not!” – […]
When Morning Comes by Arushi Raina has received a very positive review from The Historical Novel Society. “This will appeal to fans of historical fiction as well as those who prefer fast-paced novels. Readers will be seized by the opening pages. From there, it is a page-turner filled with intrigue, injustice, and murder. When the […]
Maison Rouge: Memories of A Childhood in War by Tradewinds author Leila Liliane Juma has been reviewed in the Africa Access Review. “Juma’s heart-wrenching story of betrayal, war, and displacement is tantalizing and will no doubt captivate her target audience. Unraveling for her readers the often-convoluted ethnic unrest and vortex of war that have wreaked […]
The Mysterious Stones by Enrique Perez Diaz, illustrated by Yayo, has been featured in a Daily Press article that lists four books that are ideal for bedtime reading with your kids. “Yayo’s luminous illustrations and Diaz’s open-ended story offer a dreamlike take on the longing of a child who sees the world as full of […]
Enrique Pérez Díaz, author of The Mysterious Stones, has contributed a wonderful blog article to Diversebooks.org. In the article, he writes about the important role literature plays in our lives and the world and how it can be a bridge that turns our hopes and dreams into reality. Read the full article here.
The Mysterious Stones, written by Enrique Pérez Díaz, translated by Alina Ruiz, and illustrated by Yayo, has received a glowing review in Quill and Quire. “While Cuba is evoked plentifully in The Mysterious Stones, the book has universal appeal. Perhaps most strikingly it offers readers the suggestion of finding magic, beauty, and hope in ordinary […]
Bonnie Sherr Klein’s Beep Beep Bubbie has been featured in Read Local BC’s list of books for talking to your kids about complicated issues. With beautiful illustrations by Élisabeth Eudes-Pascal, the book teaches children to understand the changes that take place with a family member’s age, helping kids come to terms with those changes. Read more here.
Kiddo by author Cynthia Nugent has been chosen by the International Youth Library as a 2020 White Raven! It’s on their list of “especially noteworthy” international children’s literature. #WRlist2020 You can see the full list here: https://www.ijb.de/fileadmin/Daten/Pdfs/2020/The_White_Ravens_2020.pdf
Tradewind’s Crocs in a Box set has received a very favourable review in the Canadian Review of Materials. The boxset consists of three previously published books written by Robert Heidbreder and illustrated by Rae Maté. “In their original format, Crocodiles Say, Crocodiles Play and Crocs at Work offered youngsters lots of verbal and visual fun, and, while the books’ size has been […]