alphabet antics review in CM

Summer title alphabet antics has been reviewed by the Canadian Review of Materials. The review praises the book’s humour and playful illustrations, and highly recommends the book for use at home or school. “Alphabet Antics offers youngsters much textual and visual fun…The illustrations are full of action and humour . . (and) young readers will […]

Kirkus Review of Arab Fairy Tale Feasts

“This charming third installment in the Fairy Tale Feasts Collection turns to the Middle East and North Africa. In Marrakesh, Morocco, a young girl gets caught stealing apricots from a garden and wittily explains her way out of the situation. In Cairo, Egypt, a mean miser loses his hoard of money in a swift blow […]

Arab Fairy Tale Feasts reviewed in Publishers Weekly

From Publishers Weekly, 7 November: Written for an older demographic, Arab Fairy Tale Feasts (Crocodile, Sept., ages 8–12), written by Karim Alrawi and illustrated by Nahid Kazemi, is the fourth entry in the Fairy Tale Feasts literary cookbook series for tweens. Previous titles delved into Chinese, Jewish, and European traditions. Alrawi, a playwright whose earlier children’s books […]

Five-star review for Peggy’s Impossible Tale

Peggy’s Impossible Tale, written by Slavia Miki & Roy Miki and illustrated by Mariko Ando, has received a five-star review in the Canadian Review of Materials. “Peggy’s Impossible Tale is ideal for young readers just starting to read chapter books. It is told in the first person from Peggy’s point of view which gives readers […]