Dealing with adoption issues can be really difficult for some people. Fortunately, there’s a series of children’s books that can help adoptive parents broach this topic to their kids.
For the very first time, McDonald’s will be hosting a nationwide campaign to promote reading in Malaysia and everyone is invited.
Does your child need to be put to bed with a bedtime story every night? If you’re sick of reading the same thing, we’ve found a new book to add to your bedside table library.
Whether your child has specific allergies, dining preferences, or simply enjoys hovering around the kitchen while you prepare a meal, here are our favourite cookbooks.
We’ve scoured the Klang Valley to bring you the best in children’s libraries (Reading optional, but highly encouraged, of course.)
Drawing a blank about what to buy the daddy in your family this coming Father’s Day? Why not get him his very own collection of children’s picture books?
If there’s one thing I can be certain of about my kids, it will be that they are both book lovers. Here are some of my reading tips that you can try at home with your toddler.
Freelance writer Lianne Ong takes some time out to talk about publishing her first children’s book, documenting family moments and plans for the future.
I’ve made it my personal mission to ensure T. Rex would read at least three books a day. After all, The American Academy of Pediatricians recommends that “doctors prescribe reading activities along with other advice given to parents at regular check-ups.”