Category: Books

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A Marvellous Book Party and Picture Books to Love This Summer

How do you get out of a blogging slump? You wait for one of your favourite brands to reach out...


Steve Biddulph’s 10 Things Girls Need Most | Book Review

Isn’t parenting such a tricky thing? I do all that I can to make sure that I nurture Little B...

Come On Up to the House by Dane Cobain review 4

Come On Up to the House by Dane Cobain – For Getting Your Quick Horror Fix

Whether a book is engaging or not depends on two things – one, how much is the book competent in...

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YellowMellowLife Summer Recap

This year I decided to participate in the interesting A to Z Challenge. The challenge required me to blog every...

Berenstain Bears No Girls Allowed Review 5

No Girls Allowed Review – The Berenstain Bears series

I don’t know if we are raising Little B in a different way or if nature made her this way,...

Oh, the Places You'll Go! book review Dr. Seuss 3

More love for Dr.Seuss – Oh, the Places You’ll Go! book review

Recently a friend forwarded me a pic of twins dressed up as the notorious “Thing 1” and “Thing 2” from...

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June Wish List – B.J. Novak’s The Book With No Pictures

I don’t even remember exactly how I have come across this video of B.J. Novak (of The Office fame) reading...

Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother review 0

A Mother’s Review of the Battle Hymn of The Tiger Mother

There is something so empowering about reading a book while breastfeeding. I felt along with all the fats, carbohydrates and...


Little B’s The Little Prince Moment

I read the book, I ‘dig’ it, but I never truly understood Le Petit Prince.

Well, in my defense, I had never really interacted with a kid till then.

And now that I spend every waking minute with Little B – listening her words, observing her actions and seeing world from her eyes – I feel like I am watching the book unfold right in front of me.

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Owl Moon by Jane Yolen (Father’s Day Gift Idea)

We are a family of book lovers – Pa B is a book lover, Ma B (that’s me) is a book lover and we were trying our best that Little B would also grow up to be a book lover. Therefore, I was certain that the first gift Pa B will receive as a father would be a book. I started researching and one name kept cropping up again and again – Owl Moon by Jane Yolen.