The most awaited time of the year for your munchkin is no doubt the summer holidays when the days are warm and languid and simply perfect for a DIY project. And as a mother, it is the perfect opportunity for you to bond with your kids and make some of ...READ MORE >
How many fairy tales can you list out? 5, 10, maybe 30? Throughout the ages, storytellers from around the world have created over hundreds of fairy tales. No one knows the exact number of fairy tales out there. We just know the popular ones, like Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, ...READ MORE >
The Tale of Despereaux is a beautiful tale of a brave mouse who loves music, stories and a princess named Pea. And also focuses on two other characters, a rat named Roscuro and a serving girl called Miggery Sow. All three characters go on a magical journey to find themselves ...READ MORE >
Great news everyone, Imagine Forest has been nominated for the Sunshine blogger award by Dianne Dickson from WAHM Café blog. We would like to give Dianne a BIG thank you for recognising our blog and nominating us for this fabulous award. For those of you not familiar with the Sunshine ...READ MORE >
Out of all the writers in the world, Dr. Seuss is the one we love the most (no offence to the many talented authors out there)! The first book I remember reading was Green Eggs and Ham and how I loved it. It was the very reason I continued reading ...READ MORE >
The iconic story of The Little Prince turns 75 years old this week! Can you believe that it was first published in April 6th 1943? And today it is still one of the most read children’s books in history! Even as a grown up I still love reading this charming ...READ MORE >
The sweetest holiday of them, Easter is coming up! I know many of you will busy hunting for chocolate eggs and chasing the Easter bunny down. But if you do have some spare time, why not get writing? And it doesn’t need to be long stories with hundreds of words, ...READ MORE >
March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day. Whether you celebrate this grand holiday or not, writing about this St. Patrick’s Day can be fun for everyone (especially with our fun writing prompts for St. Patrick’s Day). So, let’s get writing about all things Irish – that’s everything from pots of gold, ...READ MORE >
March is the perfect opportunity for kids to reflect on women’s rights and their achievements throughout history. Not only is March Women’s History month, but March the 8th is International Women’s Day. Let’s get thinking about the achievements, lessons learnt and even the challenges ahead for women with these 20 ...READ MORE >
There’s something about fairy tales. No matter how many times you read, no matter how old you are or who you are – They never get boring and never go out of style! One of the things that makes fairy tales or myths fun is retelling them! Thinking, what if ...READ MORE >
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