Book Review: “Kick The Moon” by Muhammad Khan

Ilyas’dreams are forfeited even before he can fully contemplate them. Teenage years are hard enough to navigate but it is even worse when you expect to be everything to everybody else but yourself. To please his father, Ilyas hangs out with his boys aka DedManz, even if Imran, their leader is a questionable character and…

Book Review: “The Smoke Thieves” by Sally Green

Quite a refreshing world the reader will come out from. Not one car in sight, and communication is entrusted to very reliable pigeons. Truly a world away from our own. This was the side of the novel I enjoyed the most. It did take me quite a long time to read it. No fault of…

My stop on the “Perfectly Norman” tour with a review

What a perfect little picture book! Children will know very early if they feel “different” and will pick up that they don’t fit the norm if there is such a thing. The message from “Perfectly Norman” is that every child should be perfectly themselves and that sometimes it just means that they might just grow…