This is a cute detective series for kids aged seven and above. It's what they can pick up and read as opposed to Geronimo Stilton and before they get into the thicker mystery books for kids.
This book is for adolescents who like soaking up information and crave for more. It covers 200 countries from North and South America, Asia, Africa, Europe and Oceania. One page is devoted to each country.
Jena Pincott, author of the popular Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?, provides a refreshing and interesting take on pregnancy and the science behind it.
This book is written by educator and literacy expert, Pam Allyn, whose mission is to get kids to communicate with the world through words. She starts off with academia, telling readers why it is important that kids write.
Although this book has 52 writing activities for kids, it reads like a technical how-to on writing.
This book is about activities to promote reading, writing, math, science and social skills in children aged four to eight.
In Raising Happiness, author Christine Carter states that we as parents actually have a good amount of control over our children’s happiness through our parenting practices.
This is a good practical guide for new parents and, best of all, it's written by a paediatrician.
This book contains eight folk tales on dragons sourced from China, Japan, India, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.
'Miyah and the Forest Demon' is another wonderful book by author Tutu Dutta-Yean. It tells the tale of Miyah and her family worrying about being attacked by pirates as well as evil spirits.