IF I LIVED IN A TREE HOUSE
In the final book of this trilogy written by Kalpana Subramanian, the siblings are thinking about homes large and small, long and tall. Animals live in all kinds of places – from bears in their cosy caves to rabbits in underground burrows.
Even human homes are not all alike, although Anahi and Vir seem to agree that it’s the people who live inside a house who really make it a home.
This colourfully illustrated and beautifully written book has a lightness of touch which makes it the perfect way to begin challenging discussions about what it means to be different, and what makes us the same.