Posts tagged #African American

Barbie Fantasy Goddess of Africa Doll

Barbie Fantasy Goddess of Africa DollWe came across this wonderful design by Bob Mackie for the Barbie Doll collectors range. Sometimes Barbie designs have been criticised with good reason but we have to say we love this one. What do you think?

Posted on February 5, 2015 and filed under Fun Stuff, Thoughts and Views.

Little Princess Speaks 7 Languages

Wow! She'll be a true global citizen. 

Posted on March 1, 2013 and filed under Fun Stuff.

I'm Proud to Be Natural Me

Here's an interesting and lovely find. It is a picture book called I'm Proud to Be Natural Me. You can find out more about it here or by clicking on the picture above. 

Here's a description of the book from the website. 

I’m Proud to Be Natural Me is a beautiful picture book
for children ages 3 to 7. The jewel of this book, is that every
other page repeats the powerful phrase,
“I’m proud to be natural me.”

A child’s confidence begins to erode very early in life
so this narrative was written to build your child’s self-confidence with each turn of the pages. As this little girl embraces her beauty, it is my desire that your child will  embrace their own.

Posted on February 26, 2013 and filed under Thoughts and Views.

Why We Make Bino and Fino #1

Thanks to Rebecca for sharing this picture of some of the lovely children at the Watoto Wetu Academy in Chicago watching Bino and Fino! Big hugs from Bino and Fino.

1 More Day and a New African Cartoon Family is Born!

 

One more day to go until Bino and Fino goes on sale online! We’re really excited about it and can’t wait for your kids to get their hands on the new episodes showing these great new African cartoon characters.

We're Getting Close...

Here's an update about what stage we are on the production of the Bino and Fino African Cartoon DVD.


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Battle Hymn of the Lion Mother

Yale Professor, Amy Chua’s new book ‘Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother’ has caused some serious controversy amongst parents in the US and probably in Europe too. It’s basically reignited a debate that’s always been going on. That is the ‘Strict versus soft parenting’ one. She just provided a new dimension to it. Her book is mainly talking about a specific style of parenting which might be seen as harsh within the Western parenting context. Parents using this style don’t subscribe to the ‘Everybody’s a winner’ or ‘there are no losers’ mantra sweeping schools and parenting methods in the West. This type of approach doesn’t praise children just for the sake of it just so their egos aren’t hurt. This parenting style expects results from children and puts them under pressure to perform and deliver.
Posted on February 1, 2011 and filed under Thoughts and Views.