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May 032015
 

Reviews May 2015 of  Books, Music, Games, and Movies For Children

Reviews May 2015 of Children’s Movies

Reviews May 2015Inside Out

Pixar’s animated movie Inside Out focuses on Riley, a girl who is uprooted to San Francisco when her father starts a new job. Riley is guided by her emotions: Joy (Amy Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith). Her emotions are plunged into chaos as they compete for control of her mind. Although Joy, Riley’s main and most important emotion, tries to keep things positive, the emotions conflict on how best to navigate a new city, house, and school. (Released: tbc)

 

Reviews May 2015 of Children’s Games

Snow White on iOSsnow white

British publisher Nosy Crow have made a succession of beautiful fairytale apps for kids, with Snow White being the latest. All the classic elements are here – dwarves included – with playful interactivity that never distracts children from reading the story. Seamlessly blending all of the classic elements of the Snow White narrative with ingenious, story-friendly forms of interactivity, the app places an emphasis on reading for pleasure with interactive elements that enhance, rather than detracting from, the story.

Reviews May 2015 of Children’s Books

the seven sacred poolsThe Seven Sacred Pools (Adventures of Tee-la and De-Nar in the land called ONE Book 3[Kindle Edition] by Leia Stinnett

A mysterious dream inspires De-Nar and Tee-la to explore a mystical place on a nearby mountain. When the curious friends come upon seven pools with water of different colors, Sumat, their master teacher, is waiting to teach them about the Seven Sacred Rays through their favorite element — water. If your children love water, this is a great magical introduction to one of the planet’s fluid elements. Suitable for children aged 2 and above.

Reviews May 2015 of Children’s Music

Throw a Penny in the Wishing Well – Jennifer Gasoithrow a penny in the wishing well

2013 Grammy Award Winner and two time Juno-nominated singer/songwriter Jennifer Gasoi is a well known children’s performers and recording artists in Canada. ‘Throw a Penny in The Wishing Well’, Jennifer’s Grammy Award Winning sophomore release, is a collection of 18 children’s songs offering up a warm introduction to swing, blue-grass, doo wop, gospel, klezmer, Cajun and calypso. Get grooving with the children in the front room!

About the Author

Huria Choudhari is a journalist, creative warrior, intuitive counsellor and life coach. She writes about music, fashion and lifestyle for Life & Soul Magazine: www.lifeandsoulmagazine.com. Having carved her journalism career in news and current affairs, Huria is a truth seeker. Applying that very same ethic, she also offers creative coaching and intuitive counselling services to help others discover their own truth. Get in touch with Huria at www.lifeandsoulcreatives.com or www.lifesoulfreedom.com

 

 

 

Mar 312015
 

March 2015 Review of Books, Music, Games, and Movies For Children

March 2015 Review of Children’s Movies

March Review 2015Home 

DreamWorks Animation’s Home is a 3D generated buddy comedy movie based on Adam Rex‘s 2007 children’s book ‘The True Meaning of Smekday’.When Oh (voiced by Jim Parsons), a loveable misfit from another planet, lands on Earth and finds himself on the run from his own people, he forms an unlikely friendship with an adventurous girl named Tip (voiced by Rihanna) who is on a quest of her own. Through a series of comic adventures with Tip, Oh comes to understand that being different and making mistakes is all part of being human. And while he changes her planet and she changes his world, they discover the true meaning of the word “home”. Released: 27 March

March 2015 Review of Children’s Games

LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin (Nintendo 3DS)March 2015 Review

In LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin, players will take on the role of their favorite Ninja warriors and use an array of exciting new vehicles, mechs and dragons to battle their way through the Ninjago universe. A new enemy named Ronin enters the game and has the ability to steal the memories of Ninja warriors by using the Obsidian Glaive weapon. Players must locate these weapons and retrieve their powers before Ronin succeeds in completing his evil plans. Recommended for age 7 and above. Released: 27 March

March 2015 Review of Children’s Books

dragons love tacosDragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin 

Dragons Love Tacos is a fun extravaganza into the preferred cuisine of dragons, according to author Adam Rubin.  Dragons love chicken tacos, beef tacos, great big tacos, and teeny tiny tacos. So if you want to lure a bunch of dragons to your party, you should definitely serve tacos. Buckets and buckets of tacos. But hey, go easy on the spicy salsa because if a dragon eats jalapeno-swimming salsas, be warned, it brings a whole new meaning to “housewarming”. This pencil cartoon illustrated book is a fun and entertaining tale for teeny tiny dragon lovers aged 3-5.

March 2015 Review of Children’s Music

Putumayo Kids presents Animal Playgroundputumayo kids animal playground

Whether your kids love animal cuddly toys or trips to the zoo, take their animal-loving nature a step further with a sing song. Putumayo Kids presents Animal Playground is a multilingual collection of animal-themed songs from around the world. The 13 tracks on the album will guide listeners on a journey that begins in North America and ends in Africa. Music fans and animal lovers of all ages will want to sing along and jive to the playful, upbeat melodies.

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Huria Choudhari is a journalist, creative warrior and intuitive counselor. She writes about music, fashion and lifestyle for Life & Soul Magazine: www.lifeandsoulmagazine.com. Having carved her journalism career in news and current affairs, Huria is a truth seeker. Applying that very same ethic, she also offers creative coaching and intuitive counselling services to help others discover their own truth. Get in touch with Huria at www.lifeandsoulcreatives.com or www.lifesoulfreedom.com

Feb 052015
 

February 2015 Review of Books, Music, Games, and Movies For Children

February 2015 Review of Children’s Movies

February 2015 ReviewShaun the Sheep Movie

When Shaun decides to take the day off and have some fun, he gets a little more action than he bargained for. A mix up with the Farmer, a caravan and a very steep hill lead them all to the Big City and it’s up to Shaun and the flock to return everyone safely to the green grass of home.

February 2015 Review of Children’s Games

Dino Dog – A Digging Adventure with Dinosaurs! for iPhone and iPadFebruary 2015 Review

Join Dino Dog Doug and Bonnie the Bear as they travel the world in search of amazing dinosaurs. In this exciting digging game your children explore deep underground, finding fossils, cleaning bones and assembling whole dinosaurs they can collect and keep in their very own museum! Learn all about the mighty Stegosaurus, the huge Tyrannosaurus, the flying Pteranodon and more while playing through fun, colorful levels and engaging activities all wrapped around a hilarious cartoon story with Bonnie and Doug.

February 2015 Review of Children’s Books

February 2015 ReviewA Castle Full of Cats by Ruth Sanderson

The queen’s cats have taken over the palace, and the king has had enough! Beloved artist Ruth Sanderson brings her signature detailed and lush style to this humorous story of royal compromise. Told in rhyme, and with dozens of cats on each page, this gorgeous book is sure to have cat lovers of all ages purring!

February 2015 Review of Children’s Music

The Gift of the Eagle (Summit Records)February 2015 Review

The Gift of the Eagle is based on a musical curriculum which teaches about stringed and percussion instruments, as well as about the various style periods in music history. The story is a fantasy about a black cat who wants to discover what to do with her life. She is shown the world, a variety of times and places throughout history, by a magical eagle, as she searches for her own special talents and a way to use them.

Compiled by:

Huria Choudhari is a journalist, creative warrior and intuitive counselor. She writes about music, fashion and lifestyle for Life & Soul Magazine: www.lifeandsoulmagazine.com. Having carved her journalism career in news and current affairs, Huria is a truth seeker. Applying that very same ethic, she also offers creative coaching and intuitive counselling services to help others discover their own truth. Get in touch with Huria at www.lifeandsoulcreatives.com or www.lifesoulfreedom.com

Dec 242014
 

December Review 2014  of Books, Music, Games, and Movies For Children

December Review 2014 of Children’s Movies

December reviewPaddington

The adoreable, marmalade-loving Peruvian bear, Paddington, finds himself in England where he is taken in by a young English boy and his family after being found a London train station. A live-action feature based on the series of popular children’s books by Michael Bond, Paddington is an enchanting, quirky English film that children and adults alike will enjoy. Released: 16 January in the USA

December Review 2014 of Children’s Games

Sweet Dreams! For iPhone and iPadsweet dreams

Help your kids drift off to zzzzz with the ‘Sweet Dreams!’ app. Kids can watch cat, giraffe, tiger and all the child’s other friends drift off to sleep with slow and gentle caresses by touching the screen. A soft, music-box background and the sound of the animals’ yawns will help children become tired. ‘Sweet Dreams!’ can easily be personalized for different bedtime situations. Parents can decide how many and which animals can be lulled to sleep when the child pets them.

December Review 2014 of Children’s Books

December reviewSparky’s Bad Spell by Ruby Nash

At Mrs Mothwick’s Magic Academy, Sparky and Carl have been trying really hard to learn magic, but it’s just not working. To make matters worse, the Grand Council of Wizardry and Witchiness are coming to inspect the school. Unless Sparky can master his magic tricks, he will get in big trouble – and the school could even be forced to close. But then a mysterious witch appears, and offers Sparky and Carl the solution to all their troubles. But is Miss Daisy really who she says she is?

December Review 2014 of Children’s Music

Kings & Queens of the Forest: Yoga Songs for Kidsyoga

‘Kings & Queens of the Forest’ blends upbeat, danceable music with get-up-and-move yoga inspiration for kids. The album includes 13 joyful folk/pop originals and 13 bonus Yoga Tracks with instructional voice-overs, as well as a lyric booklet that guides parents with illustrations of Kira’s kid-friendly yoga routines. Kira’s fun and easy-to-follow yoga instruction teaches self-awareness, improves balance and strength, and builds confidence.

 About the Author

Huria Choudhari is a journalist, fashion stylist and creative warrior. She writes about music, fashion and lifestyle for Life & Soul Magazine: www.lifeandsoulmagazine.com. Having carved her journalism career in news and current affairs, Huria is a truth seeker and loves delving into the bigger picture. She brings forward her power and magic to write about whatever her soul needs the world to be aware of. 

Nov 142014
 

November Review 2014  of Books, Music, Games, and Movies For Children

November Review 2014 of Children’s Movies

November ReviewPenguins of Madagascar

Madagascar spin-off, Penguins of Madagascar, follows covert birds Skipper, Kowalski, Rico, and Private. The penguins are brought into the services of the North Wind, an elite undercover inter-species task force that is dedicated to helping animals who can’t help themselves. The Penguins must work with the North Wind led by Classified to prevent Dr. Octavius Brine from taking over the world. Release: 26 November

November Review 2014 of Children’s Games

November ReviewJett Tailfin (Nintendo Wii U)

Jett Tailfin is a third person game, suitable for ages 3 and over, that joins the fun of street races with an underwater environment full of obstacles. As a little fish you must escape from the dangers of the sea while racing to be the fastest fish ever. The scenarios include paradisaical and mystical places like the Fernando de Noronha Island and the Pirate’s Island.

 

 

November Review 2014 of Children’s Books

Zen and Bodhi’s Snowy Day by Gina Gates Brown and Sarah Jane Hinder (illustrator) (Kindle Edition)zen and bodhi's snowy days

Zen and Bodhi are two koala bears on a snowy day, out to learn about the world. Where does snow come from? Where does wind go? Lively verses are full of mischievous fun as Zen and Bodhi explore their world; rhythm and rhyme introduce the concept of impermanence to the very young in this magical, cozy bedtime story. The two koalas sniff, taste, hear, feel, and see, exploring their senses and the world around them. Gorgeous illustrations capture the wide-eyed awe of children in snowfall in vibrant color in this Kindle edition.

November Review 2014 of Children’s Music

children's world of rhymes 101Children’s World of Rhymes: 101 Favourite Nursery Rhymes & Songs

Some of the world’s most famous nursery rhymes and songs feature on Children’s World of Rhymes: 101 Favourite Nursery Rhymes & Songs – everything from If You’re Happy & You Know It, The Gingerbread Man, Goosey Goosey Gander, Waltzing Matilda, I Am the Music Man, Fee Fi Fo Fum, Hot Cross Buns, Pussycat Pussycat to There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe. There’s something here for everyone in this collection much-loved kids classics.

 

 

 About the Author

Huria Choudhari is a journalist, fashion stylist and creative warrior. She writes about music, fashion and lifestyle for Life & Soul Magazine: www.lifeandsoulmagazine.com. Having carved her journalism career in news and current affairs, Huria is a truth seeker and loves delving into the bigger picture. She brings forward her power and magic to write about whatever her soul needs the world to be aware of. 

Sep 272014
 

October Reviews 2014  of Books, Music, Games, and Movies For Children

October Reviews 2014 of Children’s Movies

October Reviews 2014The Book of Life

The Book of Life is the 3D computer-animated journey of Manolo, a young man who is torn between fulfilling the expectations of his family and following his heart. Before choosing which path to follow, he embarks on an incredible adventure that spans three fantastical worlds where he must face his greatest fears. In love with the beautiful Maria, yet having to battle with the affections of the charming Joaquin, the spirts La Muerte and Xibalba bet on who will win Maria. Afraid to lose the bet after Maria falls for Manolo, Xibalba sends a snake to kill Manolo, hoping that will result in Joaquin becoming Maria’s lover. In order to return to the human world and to Maria, Manolo embarks on an incredible journey that spans three fantastical worlds, where he must face his greatest fears armed with only his wits, his guitar and his two swords. Released 31 October.

October Reviews 2014 of Children’s Games

Star Walk Kids for iOSOctober Reviews 2014

The award-winning astronomy guide, Star Walk, is redesigned specially for children.

 Star Walk Kids is an innovative educational tool that combines extensive astronomical data with premium technology to deliver a magical experience of stargazing in the most engaging and enlightening way.

As you hold your phone up and point it towards the sky, Star Walk Kids follows your motions using the built-in gyroscope to match the map on your screen to the stars seen from your location. Cartoon-style interface and friendly voice of the narrator effortlessly guide you through the night sky.

October Reviews 2014 of Children’s Books

uni the unicornUni the Unicorn by Amy Rosenthal

In this clever twist on the age-old belief that there’s no such thing as unicorns, Uni the unicorn is told there’s no such thing as little girls! No matter what the grown-up unicorns say, Uni believes that little girls are real. Somewhere there must be a smart, strong, wonderful, magical little girl waiting to be best friends. In fact, far away (but not too far), a real little girl believes there is a unicorn waiting for her. This refreshing and sweet story of friendship reminds believers and nonbelievers alike that wishes can and do come true.

 

October Reviews 2014 of Children’s Music

The Whizpops! – Science and Wonderthe whizzpops

Join The Whizpops! on a mission to help kids delve deeper into the natural world around them with songs about “Science and Wonder.” From learning about how rainbows are formed, to the water cycle, and digging deep into the past with dinosaurs, The Whizpops! cover all genres to drive home an educational agenda.

 

 

 

Huria Choudhari is a journalist, fashion stylist and creative warrior. She writes about music, fashion and lifestyle for Life & Soul Magazine. Having carved her journalism career in news and current affairs, Huria is a truth seeker, loves delving into the bigger picture and bringing forward her soul’s knowledge, power and magic to whatever she writes about and reports on.  

Aug 012014
 

Lammas Reviews 2014  of Books, Music, Games, and Movies For Children

Lammas Reviews 2014 reviews books music games and movies with appeal for ages 2 and up.

Lammas Reviews 2014 of Children’s Movies

Lammas Reviews 2014Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, the first Dragon Ball movie in 17 years, makes its debut across theaters in USA and Canada this August. Dragon Ball Z: Battle Of Gods incorporates CGI, taking on a completely renovated animation approach compared to the old anime, so giving the movie a video game-like feel. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods charts the story of Beerus, the God of Destruction, who travels to Earth in search of a good fight. Only Goku, humanity’s greatest hero, can ascend to the level of a Super Saiyan God and stop Beerus’s rampage. A must see for anime fans of all ages.

 

Lammas Reviews 2014 of Children’s Games

The Mystery of The Lost Red Scarf – The Unique & Magical Adventure of Jacques & Missy in Costa Rica for iPadCostaRica01

A perfect bedtime interactive story, ‘The Mystery of the Lost Red Scarf’ takes kids on a journey in an airplane with Missy, the mouse, and Jacques, the cat. When the wind blows Missy’s scarf away, kids get to help the two animals find it and explore Costa Rica at the same time. Aimed at kids age 3+, this interactive eBook is designed to be read along to your children given that the story is not big on narration, and may not be as easy for younger kids to follow on their own.  You can use the Pop-up Word feature to enrich your child’s vocabularies, or utilise the Facts tabs to learn more about the context. ‘The Mystery of the Lost Red Scarf’ is beautifully illustrated with soothing bedtime music.

 

Lammas Reviews 2014 of Children’s Books

where's the fairyWhere’s the Fairy by Keith Moseley

‘Where’s the Fairy?’, the latest in Sterling Children’s Books ‘Where’s the…?’ series, follows Molly, her granny and faithful companion, Pebbles the dog. The three go on an epic voyage to discover fairies in this deluxe book designed to encourage little ones to seek and count over 100 fairies hiding along an adventure. Bright illustrations and fun characters make for an engaging read for kids age 4+.

 

 

Lammas Reviews 2014 of Children’s Music

The Music of the Woodland Elves (CD Baby)music of the woodland elves

Step into the world of elfin magic with ‘The Music of the Woodland Elves’. Kids storytelling gets a musical twist in this album which accompanies the children’s book ‘The Woodland Elves’. The 10-track album follows each of the chapters in the book providing a fun way to heighten your child’s sensory and storytelling experience.

 

About the Author

Huria Choudhari is a journalist, stylist and creative warrior. She writes about music, fashion, lifestyle and well-being for Life & Soul Magazine. As a creative coach, she helps people live, breathe and embrace their creativity. And adds her styling magic to the www by designing and building websites.

Summer Solstice Reviews 2014:Books Music Games Movies

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Jun 182014
 

Summer Solstice Reviews 2014 of books, music, movies and games for the young Witchling and Wizard

 

 Summer Solstice Reviews 2014 of Children’s Movies

Summer Solstice Reviews 2014How to Train Your Dragon 2

How to Train Your Dragon 2 returns to the world of dragons and Vikings. It’s been five years since Hiccup and Toothless successfully united dragons and vikings on the island of Berk. Now the inseparable pair journey through the skies, charting unmapped territories and exploring new worlds. When one of their adventures leads to the discovery of a secret ice cave that is home to hundreds of new wild dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider, the two friends find themselves at the center of a battle to protect the peace. Now, Hiccup and Toothless must unite to stand up for what they believe while recognizing that only together do they have the power to change the future of both men and dragons. (Released: 13 June)

 

Summer Solstice Reviews 2014 of Children’s Games 

Dinosaur Roar for iPhone and iPadSummer Solstice Reviews 2014

Paul and Henrietta Stickland’s classic children’s book Dinosaur Roar is brought to life in thisnew story app. Featuring an interactive revival of the story with four play functions, colouring pages and your very own Dinosaur naming device, this app offers hours of storytelling, colouring and naming fun for young children. A must for all dino fans, the app is aimed at 2-4 year old’s and incorporates different storytelling functions, creative colouring options, as well as a fun ‘shake and name’ device where you are given your dinosaur name equivalent.

 

Summer Solstice Reviews 2014 of Children’s Books

Summer Solstice Reviews 2014 Quest by Aaron Becker

Aaron Becker, creator of Journey, presents the next chapter in his stunning wordless fantasy. A king emerges from a hidden door in a city park, startling two children sheltering from the rain. No sooner does he push a map and some strange objects into their hands than he is captured by hostile forces that whisk him back through the enchanted door. Just like that, the children are caught up in a quest to rescue the king and his kingdom from darkness, while illuminating the farthest reaches of their imagination. Colored markers in hand, they make their own way through the portal, under the sea, through a tropical paradise, over a perilous bridge, and high in the air with the help of a winged friend. Journey lovers will be thrilled to follow its characters on a new adventure threaded with familiar elements, while new fans will be swept into a visually captivating story that is even richer and more exhilarating than the first.

 

Summer Solstice Reviews 2014 of Children’s Music

Putomayo Kids presents Australian PlaygroundSummer Solstice Reviews 2014

Transport your kids Down Under with a listen to Australian Playground featuring music from some of Australia’s most compelling children’s musicians, Aboriginal groups and singer-songwriters. With “Marrtjina”, The NEO and Garrangali invite listeners to embark on a whimsical excursion to a hidden swimming-hole oasis. While a long time boat captain from the islands just off Australia’s northern coast, Seaman Dan adds his unique blend of American style blues and Torres Strait islander music to the collection with “Mango Rain,” which features the strumming of a ukulele alongside Seaman Dan’s bluesy vocals.

About the Author

Huria Choudhari is a journalist, stylist and creative warrior. She writes about music, fashion and lifestyle for Life & Soul Magazine. As a creative coach, she helps people live, breathe and embrace their creativity. And adds her styling magic to the www by designing and building websites.

 

 

Apr 282014
 

Beltane Reviews 2014  of Books, Music, Games, and Movies For Children

  Beltane Reviews 2014 reviews books music games and movies with appeal for ages 2 and up .

Beltane Reviews 2014 of Children’s Movies

Beltane Review 2014Maleficent

Maleficient explores the untold story of Disney’s most iconic villain from the 1959 classic Sleeping Beauty. It reveals the events that hardened Maleficent’s heart and drove her to curse the baby, Aurora. Driven by revenge and a fierce desire to protect the moors over which she presides, Maleficent (Angelina Jolie) cruelly places an irrevocable curse upon the human king’s newborn infant Aurora. As the child grows, Aurora (Elle Fanning) is caught in the middle of the seething conflict between the forest kingdom she has grown to love and the human kingdom that holds her legacy. Maleficent realizes that Aurora may hold the key to peace in the land and is forced to take drastic actions that will change both worlds forever. Release Date: 30 May

 

Beltane Reviews 2014 of Children’s Games

Counting Raven for iPhone and iPadbeltane reviews 2014

All children ages 4 to 6 years join the raven Theo and his friends as they learn about the world of numbers and quantities from 1 to 20. Whether in the orchard or on the farm, there are plenty of activities wherever they go. The interactive orchard offers children many delightful details. Touching the animals, fruits or even the garden fence triggers amusing acoustic and visual effects. The children can also practice counting here. Young counting masters are needed to count carrots, bees, apples and more.

 

Beltane Reviews 2014 of Children’s Books

beltane reviews 2014Melric and the Petnapping by David McKee

In Melric and the Petnapping, The king’s beloved pet troon has vanished along with all the other unusual pets in the palace. The king commands Melric to find the pets and fast! Melric joins forces with his cousin Guz, and they soon discover that Sondrak the sorcerer is behind the petnappings. Can Melric and Guz use their magic to outwit the cunning Sondrak? Melric and the Petnapping is an enthralling tale for children aged 2 to 4.

 

 

Beltane Reviews 2014 of Children’s Music

Danny Weinkauf – No School Todaybeltane reviews 2014

‘No School Today’ is the first solo children’s music album from Danny Weinkauf, long-time bassist for They Might Be Giants. With 16 memorable tunes, No School Today covers topics from marsupials to voting rights, spelling bees to the four food groups, and even a song about Ben Folds. Written with both children and parents in mind, ‘No School Today’ features intelligent, fun songs for everyone. Guest performers include children’s music superstar Laurie Berkner and Hank Green of the VlogBrothers, in addition to Danny’s wife Michelle and son Kai.

 

 

 

 

About the Author

Huria Choudhari is a journalist, stylist, digital guru and creative coach. She writes about music, fashion and lifestyle for Life & Soul Magazine (www.lifeandsoulmagazine.com). Her stylist skills embrace not only fashion but the web too – where as a web stylist, she designs and builds websites for individuals and independent businesses, and creates multimedia content (www.editmepackageme.com). She also helps those who want to live a life creatively, do exactly that (www.lifeandsoulcreatives.com). 
Mar 072014
 

Ostara Reviews 2014  of Books, Music, Games, and Movies For Children 

Ostara Reviews 2014 of Children’s Movies

Ostara Reviews 2014Island of Lemurs: Madagascar

Morgan Freeman narrates Island of Lemurs: Madagascar, the documentary of nature’s greatest explorers – lemurs. Captured with IMAX 3D cameras, the film takes audiences on a spectacular journey to the remote and wondrous world of Madagascar. Lemurs arrived in Madagascar as castaways millions of years ago and evolved into hundreds of diverse species but are now highly endangered. Island of Lemurs is sure to keep kids and adults enthralled. Released: 4 April

Ostara Reviews 2014 of Children’s Games

Gro Garden app for Android, iPhone and iPadOstara Reviews 2014

Teach your kids about organic gardening and sustainable farming in a fun and engaging way with the Gro Garden app. Feed Connie the Compost and her food-scrap-munching friends, the micro organisms, and magic things start to happen. They start producing nutritious soil that makes your crops grow faster and taste better. The app is structured into three activities, which are parts of the sustainable gardening life cycle. The first set of activities involve preparing the soil, planting the seeds, tendering the crops with rain water and sunlight, and keeping pests away from the garden. For ages 3+.

Ostara Reviews 2014 of Children’s Books

Ostara Reviews 2014Princess Labelmaker to the Rescue: An Origami Yoda Book by Tom Angleberger

Princess Labelmaker to the Rescue is the fifth book in the Force-wielding, bestselling Origami Yoda series! At McQuarrie Middle School, the war against the FunTime Menace wages on. The origami heroes have one battle under their belts, and they’ve even found a surprising ally in Jabba the Puppett. But to defeat the Dark Standardized Testing Forces they’re going to need an even bigger, even more surprising ally: Principal Rabbski. But with great forces—aka the school board—pushing her from above, will the gang’s former enemy join the Rebellion—or will her transformation to Empress Rabbski, Dark Lord of the Sith, be complete?

Ostara Reviews 2014 of Children’s Music

Ibiza BabyOstara Reviews 2014
Dance music fans can educate their little ‘uns with some classic dance tunes reworked in lullaby style. Lullaby renditions of Massive Attack’s ‘Unfinished Sympathy’, Soul 2 Soul’s ‘Back to Life’ and Blue Monday’s ‘New Order’ will see mama and papa carrying on the party after the nippers have gone to bed.

 

 

About The Author

Huria Choudhari is a journalist and creative coach who champions and nurtures creative talent in everything that she does. Huria hones her visionary skills to write about all that’s new and trailblazing in music, fashion and lifestyle for Life & Soul Magazine (http://www.lifeandsoulmagazine.com). And as a creative coach at Life & Soul Creatives, Huria is dedicated to helping those who want to live a creative life do exactly that – whether you are at the beginning of your journey to connect with your creativity or are a creative yourself. http://www.lifeandsoulcreatives.com

 

 

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