Category: Kids books.

Ivereadthis Jr. Edition:  Happy Home-bound Easter

Ivereadthis Jr. Edition: Happy Home-bound Easter

Easter is my favourite holiday because the chocolate selection is exceptional at this time of year. Cadbury is my go-to brand of chocolate (#notsponsored) and they bring out all the showstoppers in March and April; cream eggs, mini eggs, lil’ scoops, I love them...
IveReadThis Jr. Edition: Bookish Options for March Break

IveReadThis Jr. Edition: Bookish Options for March Break

Now that March break is approaching, nervous parents are no doubt asking themselves “what do we do now”? For those who have booked sunny vacations elsewhere, CONGRATULATIONS GOOD FOR YOU but the rest of us need some options so I’m sliding in here to...
Ivereadthis Jr. Edition: Unicorn Books

Ivereadthis Jr. Edition: Unicorn Books

I’m not sure where the unicorn trend started. Was it with the advent of bright colours and sparkly accents to little girl’s clothes? Is it an extension of the popularity of My Little Pony? Was it when we started putting blow-up unicorn horns on our cats...
Ivereadthis Jr. Edition:  2020 Valentine’s Day Books

Ivereadthis Jr. Edition: 2020 Valentine’s Day Books

When I was little, every holiday, even manufactured ones like Valentine’s Day were exciting, usually because it meant I was going to get something sugary to eat. Only a few things have changed since then; instead of getting chocolate from my parents, I now get...
Ivereadthis Jr. Edition: Christmas Origin Stories

Ivereadthis Jr. Edition: Christmas Origin Stories

So my oldest is now at the point where she’s started asking me logistical questions about Christmas. Questions such as; how does Santa fit through all the different-sized chimneys? How does he visit all the children in one night? Why do some kids not get gifts...
Ivereadthis Jr. Edition: Interactive Christmas Books

Ivereadthis Jr. Edition: Interactive Christmas Books

Do you remember The Jolly Postman books? Each page came with a built-in envelope that harboured mini surprises; little puzzles, simple board games, and tons of letters with special drawings and stories attached. This epistolary tradition continues with three new books...