Whether you’re looking for kid’s books online to read to your small humans or because you’re young at heart, we’ve got the best kid lit recommendations! Our kid’s books post cover everything from children’s picture books to chapter books for kids to middle grade fiction recommendations.
The Lonely Doll by Dare Wright was named "the creepiest children's book of all time," but the story of its creator is even more haunting.
Historical fiction for young readers like CATHERINE CALLED BIRDY help readers discover the history of sexism, ableism, and more.
Find the best transitional chapter books for readers who want to explore longer forms of writing. Start with Happy Paws by Vicky Fang, Illustrated by Christine Nishiyama.
Monsters aren't always straightforward villains. As kids' books like A Monster Calls and Spirit Hunters show, they can be complicated characters with their own narratives.
Self-help books for adults are a popular genre, but what about the younger generations? Find the best self-help books for kids of all ages.
From fantasy comics about the adventures of dragons like Moon Rising to stories about bullying like School Trip, these new middle grade graphic novels are must reads.
January children's book releases are on fire with a new book by Kwame Alexander called An American Story, Emma Straub's picture book debut, and more.
New Year's children's books to help young readers get excited to celebrate the beginning of the year and learn about New Year's traditions, including Freedom Soup by Tami Charles, illustrated by Jacqueline Alcántar.
Find wonderful audiobooks for kids that allow them to immerse themselves in the story, and can be enjoyed by the whole family!
A growth mindset helps encourage kids to try new things and keep going even if they fail. Here are some of the best books to teach it, including Bella's Recipe for Success by Ana Siqueira and Geraldine Rodríguez.