Davids tea mothers little helper review
Big Snow by Jonathan BeanAnxious for snow - lots of snow! - young David continually asks his mother about its arrival, and continually finds that the tasks she sets him - helping make cookies, cleaning the bathroom, making the bed - remind him of the flaky white substance he has on his mind. Eventually, after making lots of extra work for mom, David takes a nap, waking as his father gets home, and discovering that a big snow has finally arrived...
A fun little story about a young boys eager anticipation of a snow storm, Jonathan Beans Big Snow pairs engaging illustrations with an entertaining tale that highlights both a boys imaginative world - everything David does suggests snow to him - and the warm and loving home life he leads. I appreciated the fact that David and his parents are brown-skinned - are they African-American? Latino? it isnt clear... - but that this isnt at all the focus of the story, as unselfconscious diversity is often the best kind. Recommended to children who eagerly await the snow, as I did myself as a girl, and to anyone looking for picture-books that are perfect winter-month selections.
Organic Mother's Little Helper
FamilyRated is your destination to rate and review your favourite products as well as receive some for free through the Product Review Club. Not a member yet? Join now! This was a big help for me to relax before bedtime. Davids tea has a wide varity to choose from. Mothers little helper is a wonderfull evening tea to relax with.
The container is nice and small. Opening the tin, I can smell peppermint, it is very strong. Underneath the refreshing mint scent is lemongrass. This tea has an interesting blend of ingredients: peppermint, lemongrass hibiscus, rosehips, chamomile, valerian root, and cornflowers. It also has added peppermint flavouring.
ChickAdvisor is your destination to rate and review your favourite products as well as receive some for free through the Product Review Club. Not a member yet? Join now! I love this tea! It is so relaxing and tastes so fresh.
Two roommates explore the world of tea, one cup at a time.
Need a little relaxation? And pretty blue cornflowers just to make you happy.
Happy Day 11 of 24 Days of Tea! My mother was visiting recently and when we decided to review a tea together; when we pulled this one out- it was perfect! We had just made an asparagus and potato salad and I was a little helper in the kitchen while she did all the hard stuff. Heeeere we go! Need a little relaxation?
Need to relax? One sip is like a day at the spa. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. I located a tin of this in my stash while I was going through my DT stuff. It was part of a trio of DT favourites or somesuch, I believe. Login or sign up to leave a comment.