The Enormous Suitcase – Robert Munsch (Story) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

A Clever story that tackles a difficult Subject in a beautiful way In his stories, Robert Munsch has managed to present fantastical tales set in the modern world. Many of them tackling serious subjects that affect our society. And here, he presents a story that deals with children living with divorced parents; sharing two different … Continue reading The Enormous Suitcase – Robert Munsch (Story) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

It’s My Room – Robert Munsch (Text) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

Another Great Read from The Genial Robert Munsch Since a toddler, I know of Robert Munch and his amazing classics. Paper Bag Princess, Something Good, Stephanie's Ponytail, Mortimer, Love You Forever, and many other jewels of Canadian Literature. So whenever I find a book from this author, you can be sure that I will take … Continue reading It’s My Room – Robert Munsch (Text) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

A Bear called Paddington – Michael Bond -Updated version of my Amazon Review

When Mr and Ms Brown invited into their home a stowaway bear called Paddington who came all the way from Peru, I don't think they, along with anybody in their family and neighbourhood, would have expected this marmalade-lover's adventures to have a great impact into their lives and ours, nor that he would become, in … Continue reading A Bear called Paddington – Michael Bond -Updated version of my Amazon Review

No Man’s Land – Sherilyn Fenn (author) – Monica Armiño (illustrator) – Update of my Original Amazon Review

A Joy to Read From start to finish, "No Man's Land" has been a great pleasure to read. Through its pages, we discover a moving story about childhood; a little boy whose persistent "No" cut him off from others and the rest of the world. A story that reminded me of feelings many may have … Continue reading No Man’s Land – Sherilyn Fenn (author) – Monica Armiño (illustrator) – Update of my Original Amazon Review