One dad’s list of Children’s books that he loves reading to his kids. Beautifully illustrated and cleverly written. Thank you Reading Rainbow. https://www.pinterest.com/therexfiles/the-good-childrens-book-list/
I completely forgot my journals were published in this book. To Nepal With Love: A Travel Guide for the Connoisseur Paperback – Oct 1 2013 by Kim Fay (Editor), Cristi Hegranes (Editor), Kraig Lieb (Photographer) From riding an elephant in Chitwan National Park to dining on chocolate doughnuts en route to Mount Everest Base Camp, […]
I started reading this book with Arlo and I thought, wow, these are really great stories about learning about the things around us and where they came from. I looked at the author name and ahhhh, no surprise, it was written by David! There’s A Barnyard in My Bedroom (2008) by David Suzuki (Author), Eugenie […]
Michael Harris explains it well in a his new book “The End of Absence”. We need solitude to spark creativity and innovation. Sometimes being “too connected” is a mental barrier or a road block to generating unique thoughts and ideas. The End of Absence | Spark with Nora Young | CBC Radio.
Once you taste how real and flavourful good food really is, you can’t go back to eating crap and you will be willing to pay just a little more to get it next time. The Third Plate by Dan Barber (on Amazon). The future of food will taste better | CBC Books | CBC Radio.
Our first Barefoot Book and certainly not our last. We have been huge fans of their children’s videos. We bought this book from Barefoot Book Ambassador Tiffany at Car-Free day in Vancouver.
Yes, Let’s – Galen Goodwin Longstreth (Author), Maris Wicks (Illustrator) In this cute book about a family’s camping trip, the simple, rhyming text is enhanced by comical illustrations that bring wit and energy to every page. Packaged in a smaller size for little hands and easy to pack up, this book would be a perfect read-aloud during […]
Phillip Toledano became a father at the age of forty. He fell in love with his daughter about a year and a half later, when he realized she was the most bewitching human being he’d ever seen. Initially, though, things were different. The Reluctant Father follows Phillip’s journey at the beginning of fatherhood. The first eighteen months were a time of torment, dismay, and confusion. The blinding light of unalloyed love came later. It’s a surprisingly frank, funny, and moving account, and he hopes his daughter won’t hold it against him when she’s grown up.