a poetic reminder to make time for fun!

a poetic reminder to make time for fun!

ages 0 to 7 years
I love it when Ivy says something like ‘remember when we went to that park, that was so cool!’ I love it because we're usually just driving away from the park at the time! She re-tells all the wonderful things that happened, even though I was there the whole time and it was only 20 minutes ago. The talking is lovely and draws us closer together...

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a beautiful way to think about food, abundance and responsibility

a beautiful way to think about food, abundance and responsibility

ages 3 to grownup
For adults, teens and children ... an eye opening look at the way the world eats.  Families around the world are pictured with a weeks worth of food. The contrasts are extraordinary, it's fascinating stuff.  

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sharing talents may be our primary contribution to our community

sharing talents may be our primary contribution to our community

Set in France. This is a wonderfully crafted story that is full of love, joy and humour, just a little tension, and a triumphant ending. A charming French mouse does all he can to care for his family and to help the hands that feed him - even when he is met with scorn.
ages 1 to 9 years

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simple mistakes with outrageous consequences!

simple mistakes with outrageous consequences!

Dragons love tacos - but not salsa! When a young lad accidentally leaves out some salsa at a dragon party there are disastrous consequences. (It's all ok in the end of course.) Great for talking about mistakes, imagining dragon parties and whetting an appetite for tacos.
ages 2 to 8 years

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