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Category: Inspirational

  • Jefferson – Book Review

    Jefferson – Book Review

    Buy Jefferson by clicking here Today I read the French book “Jefferson” written by Jean-Claude Mourlevat (and translated to English by Rob Schwartz). The book is about two lands; one for the humans and the other for the animals. In the animal land, there is a hedgehog, named Jefferson. He is a happy-go-lucky, normal hedgehog. […]

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  • Grateful.

    Yesterday, we watched a movie called Solo (available on Netflix and Amazon Prime). It is a movie which is actually four short films that are completely unrelated to each other. I only watched two of the short films, but this is about the first one. The first short film is about a dad and his […]

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    It’s 2021! 2020 has actually been a (kind of…) amazing year. So much has happened! We made a video talking about some of the things we achieved in relation to moonstruck dad last year: It was a bad year. Unless you were living under a rock, you would know about the whole virus going around. […]

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  • Take a Chhalaang!

    Take a Chhalaang!

    [P.C. Amazon Prime Video] Yesterday we watched the Hindi movie Chhalaang on Amazon Prime Video. It’s a really good movie about friendship, sportmanship and persistance. It is about two teachers taking part in a sports competition for the job as P.T. teacher at a school. One chooses a team with the most sporty kids in […]

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  • Alone Bird: A Story About Autism | Book Review

    Alone Bird: A Story About Autism | Book Review

    Recently I read the book “Alone Bird” by Amelia Peace and illustrated by Georgina Vaughan. The book talks about how we should embrace children with Autism. Why did I like the book? I liked the book because it gives an important message to be inclusive towards children with autism. We should understand that children with […]

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  • Brave the Beaver Has the Worry Warts | Book Review

    Brave the Beaver Has the Worry Warts | Book Review

    Buy “Brave the Beaver Has the Worry Warts” by clicking on this link “Brave the Beaver Has the Worry Warts” written by Misty Black and illustrated by Ana Rankovic is a great book about how to deal with worries. It is available for download on Amazon and here is my review: Why did I like […]

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  • Nelson Mandela

    Nelson Mandela

    [Information sources: Wikipedia & Brittanica] Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was a South African anti-apartheid political leader who was President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. He studied at the South African Native College (later the University of Fort Hare) and later studied law at the University of the Witwatersrand and soon became a lawyer. He […]

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  • Monster Hunting – Launched in Auckland!

    Monster Hunting – Launched in Auckland!

    Our book, Monster Hunting has now officially been launched in Auckland! The book launch was at The Dorothy Butler Children’s Bookshop – the best children’s bookstore in Auckland, New Zealand! We signed a lot of books, talked about the origin of moonstruck dad, our illustrations, our book and also read out one of the stories: […]

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  • Buddy Says – Book Review

    Buddy Says – Book Review

    Buy “Buddy Says” by clicking on this link “Buddy Says” by Pooja Rai is a book about confidence building that will make kids (as well as probably grown-ups!) motivated. The book is available to buy on Amazon and I will be reviewing it here: Why did I like the book? I liked the book because […]

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  • Mt Everest

    Mt Everest

    “Do you know?” is back, with the latest episode’s topic being Mt Everest! In this episode, learn about how we know that Everest is 8,848 meters, what the date and time were when Edmund Hillary & Tenzing Norgay reached the summit, who was the youngest person to reach the summit and more! We hope you […]

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