If you like the kids’ world, Petra Barkhof is the PERSON who knows the most about the kids’ fashion universe in the whole world. She is very charismatic and funny, always creating new and fresh ideas around the kids’ world.

If you are interested in the kids’ universe and you are always seeking for new online kids magazine, today I introduce you to the SCIMPARELLO MAGAZINE.

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PAPER ZOO by Oscar Sabini, a collage book


Oscar Sabini is a Venetian illustrator and collage artist. The starting point of his striking collages is a random construction of forms which, piece after piece, become a recognizable image. He designs collage books, and we love them.

His interest in the technique of collage and teaching it to children resulted in two collage books, Paper Zoo and Paper Monsters (Thames & Hudson, 2015 & 2017), which help kids create their own collage pieces.

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Oliver’s Jeffers World -New Web

We are huge fans of Oliver Jeffers. We really like his stories and illustrations. but also how he is involved whit everything that is going on in our planet, everything that matters.

This week ,he just have launched his new web and it is so great that we want to share it with you. You are going to love it and your children more.

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best books about outdoor activities with kids + a game

I remember my chilhood days, always running outside with my friends. Our legs and later, our bicycles, were our best adventure friends. Nowadays we live in a city and my kids are rising without contact with Nature. This is the reason why I began the search for the best books about outdoor activities with kids.

I have made a selection, some of them are in English and other in Spanish, but we hope the language will not be a problem, because nature speaks a unique language, the language of freedom. 

We wish these books help our family to get back outside. If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure this spring or summer, you’ll find plenty of inspiration in this post.

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PARIS KIDS city guide by MILK magazine

When most of my friends think on Paris with kids, DISNEYLAND PARIS is what it comes to their mind.

But this is not my idea of Paris with kids. What I really want is showing them the Madeleine Church, wander accross Montmartre streets and squares or  sit down and enjoy the time passing by in my favorite square: Place des Vosgues, a place where time seems to have stopped.

I want to show them the spectacular city views from the top of l’Arc du triumph, to buy a book in Shakespeare & Co bookstore and read it afterwards in Shakespeare & Co Café. I want to show them the impressive Eiffel tower, to follow the aroma of a croissant or a pain au chocolat and taste a hot chocolate at ANGELINA. It will be wonderful to join the  TILT KIDS art festival and  stare at the windows of any department store during Christmas. And of course, to touch the gargles on the top of Notre Dame and make a treasure hunt at the LOUVRE museum organized by THATMuse. 

Paris is a magical city! If you are going to Paris with kids, I would you follow the recommend addresses included in the brand new PARIS KIDS city guide published by MILK magazine.

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London with kids: The best resources to plan your trip


London is huge. It’s made up of 32 boroughs and each has its own identity: from the hipster East in Hackney, to the touristy West End in the City of Westminster.

I really love this city. We’ve been in London manytimes, but soon will be the first time we will go with kids. That’s the reason why I am looking for the best plans for visiting London with kids.

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Harry Potter Illustrated Editions by Jim Kay

In this house we are huge fans of Harry Potter.

I discovered the books when I was already at University. They were a Christmas present for my little brother and I completely fell in love with the story, the characters and the magic.

My son discovered Harry at school. Of course, I have talked about him before at home, but I was waiting until he would have an age to read it by himself. He is just 7, and although he knows already how to read, I thought that Harry Potter was still too much for him .  Read more

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