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.
If you like deco, it’s probably you will be always looking for fresh ideas to decorate your kids’ room.
I do. I am very interested in decoration and have a radar to detect the in’ things.
Are you an interior lover? Do you need a little bit of inspiration? Today it is your lucky day because we are sharing a new book, the bible for decorating your kids’ room: LITTLE BIG ROOMS, edited by GESTALTEN, together with other fresh ideas to get inspiration.
This new paper model kit lets you play with Constructivism. After their marvelous Brutalist London paper model kit, Zupagrafika has done it again with The Constructivist! Back to the USSR! Read more
It’s time to start thinking on Christmas’ presents and there is a book in my wish-for my little ones on December the 24th: Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls.
I am sure you have already heard about this great book, filled with brave women’s stories that will inspire your girls, and your boys too. Now they are launching Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 2, and I can’t wait to order both of them!
Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls Volume 1 and Volume 2 contain about 200 tales of extraordinary women and it is the perfect Christmas gift.
We have discovered a new book THIS IS HOW WE DO IT by Matt Lamothe. It has been released last month by Chronicle Books.
My kids have found amazing to learn how other kids from different countries live their daily life. This is the perfect book for showing them the diversity of our planet.
Playing, eating, writing, learning, and helping out, is universal for children around the world—just with a few variations!
When you are considering or soon to be a parent, you guess that the most difficult task you will face is how to educate your children. But when you become one, there is a reality that was not part of your initial equation: kids are surprisingly clever negotiators. How can we avoid those all-too-familiar wails of “That’s not fair!” and “You can’t make me!”?
Jealousy, envy and the sense of justice are concepts that are present in every negotiation between parents and their kids.
As a mother of two, I sometimes lose my temper, so I’ve decided that It’s time to put strategic thinking into practice. The book we are talking about today, can teach us parenting strategies that will work, no matter how smart our kids are.
What do you do books are truly great picture books that explore in an easy, kid-friendly tone how you can nourish ideas, and what you can learn from problems.
What do yo do with an idea? is the story of one brilliant idea and the child who helps to bring it into the world. As the child’s confidence grows, so does the idea itself. And then, one day, something amazing happens.