A truly great readaloud can work just as well for 400 kids as it can for one. It just has to have something about it that engages and interacts with its audience. Today we celebrate some great ones.
Behold! A list of baby board books, preschooler board books, and board books that are either reprints or adapted picture books. Enjoy them all!
Tomorrow we'll see the annual release of the 31 Days, 31 Lists titles. What will be included? Will you like the books? Hate them? It's all possible!
A whole world of new Spring 2024 awaits you in the preview! Come find Inuit stories, titles that involve Braille, Down syndrome in a chapter book series and more!
With more oomph and spit than a little book of this sort could possibly contain, Maggie represents the kind of slambang, fantastic personality you find only once in a blue moon. You’re not going to want to miss this one.
Figured I’d get one more of these in here before the end of the year. Just to remind you, this series is primarily focused on adult titles that have some connection to the world of children’s literature in some way. It could be the focus of the book. It could be the author. It’s wide […]
Today I'm talking with Dr. Temple Grandin about her latest book for kids, DIFFERENT KINDS OF MINDS, about the brain, patterns, types of thinkers and more.
Today we compare and contrast a 1947 version with a 2003 version of the same story. We discuss how war in a region might easily make folks afraid of strangers, how soldiers attack their problem vs. monks, whether or not this is a technical trickster tale, and how that person who just gave salt got away with murder.
Be prepared for kangaroos playing the theramin, hypermetropia (you know what that is, right?), and a plethora of eyeglasses in today's publisher roundup.