Whether you’re looking for kid’s books online because you want to read them to your small humans or because you’re young at heart, we’ve got the best kid’s books recommendations! Our kid’s books post cover everything from children’s picture books to chapter books for kids to middle grade fiction recommendations.
One reader's experience reading THE BABY-SITTERS CLUB as an adult, and why it took her so long to do so.
Wonderland fans will find something to love, gift, or buy for themselves among the Alice in Wonderland nursery and decor items.
Eight moms on how they're building personal libraries for their children and building their interest in reading.
Use these children's books on WWII and the Japanese experience to introduce a less one-sided version of history.
These middle grade books about resilient children can help young readers make sense of tough situations, and remind adults of what it's like to be a kid.
Illustrator Rachel Moss on learning lessons about family and empowerment while illustrating two popular songs for children's books.
Get cozy with a bag of apple cider doughnuts and check out these delightfully eerie middle grade ghost stories.
Curious about Jane Yolen books but don't know where to begin with her prolific catalog? We've got a guide to get you started.
Get to know the history of -- and understand the popularity of -- Erin Hunter's "Warriors" series for middle grade readers.
Hey you: drop that copy of GOODNIGHT MOON. Go forth, and discover new children's books!
From board books perfect for baby hands to engaging picture books, check out our ten favorite children's books about voting.
Friendship is at the heart of many kids' stories. Here are some wonderful, heartwarming children's books about best friends.
These medical books for kids will help demystify illness, healthcare, and the functions of the human body.
Netflix has released a trailer for "Bookmarks: Celebrating Back Voices," a book-centered preschool series executive produced by #1000BlackGirlBooks founder Marley Dias.