Posts filed under Children's Books

The Adventures of Kofi & Yaw

Everybody loves an adventure. We certainly do here at Bino & Fino. Adventures enable children to learn and discover the world around them. Without them, the world would be a very boring place indeed!

Enter ‘The Adventures of Kofi & Yaw: Yaw Goes to College on a Dragonfly,’ a book by Shana Day. The story revolves around a witty boy called Kofi and his companion Yaw, a magic dragonfly. Kofi is on a quest: to go to college. Along the way, he and Yaw encounter a lot of surprises and learn many things.

The book is an excellent tool in inspiring children to use their imagination and preparing them to start thinking about a college education.

Book release coming soon so keep your eyes peeled here

We can’t wait!

Posted on July 3, 2014 and filed under Children's Books, Fun Stuff.

More reasons why we make Bino and Fino:)



Another Bino and Fino fan joins the family at the Tabitha's Kids book fair in Abuja. Her polka dot dress and twists are so cute!

Posted on October 12, 2013 and filed under Books, Children's Books, Fun Stuff.

Meet ClaraBelle Blue

‘Meet ClaraBelle Blue’ is the first issue from the new exciting kids book series ‘ClaraBelle Blue’. The story revolves around ClaraBelle, a happy confident preschooler in a cute pink wheelchair who takes on skeptics, overcomes challenges, and shows the other kids at school how much like them she really is.

Posted on June 4, 2013 and filed under Books, Children's Books, Fun Stuff.

I'm Flippish! A Multi Cultural Children's Book

I'm Flippish on Amazon

I’m Flippish!

We came across this wonderful find. It’s a picture book called ‘ I am Flippish’ by Leslie Ryan. It addresses many questions that bi-racial children would have in a practical context. Click on the picture above to find out more about it on Amazon. The reviews from parents are very good.

Here is a description about the book from the website:

“Sean’s mom usually helps out at school, but today is dad’s turn! But when Sean’s classmates start asking some awkward questions about why Sean and his dad look different from each other, Sean starts to wonder too. Together, with the help of their teacher, the students learn a few things about diversity, family and acceptance. And along the way, Sean teaches his friends just how wonderful it is to be different!”

Posted on March 26, 2013 and filed under Children's Books, Fun Stuff.