Back to school is here. Help your youngest ones get ready--or find comfort in--those first day of school feelings with these picture books.
For teachers looking to squeeze in some professional development over the summer, here are some of the best books to help you prepare.
Going back to in-classroom learning has been an adjustment for school librarians still reeling from the events of March 2020, but this librarian is hopeful.
We’ve gathered ten books about lying for kids, including The Honest-to-Goodness Truth by Patricia C. McKissack and Giselle Potter, that can help you start having honest conversations with the little humans in your life.
Check out this round up of the best farm books for preschool kids, with several titles that are great for older readers, too!
Summer is here and it’s time to read some kid’s baseball books. Find all of our recommendations now, like The William Hoy Story: How a Deaf Baseball Player Changed the Game by Nancy Churnin and Jez Tuya.
Count down to warmer weather with these summer picture books, including And Then Comes Summer by Tom Brenner and Jaime Kim, celebrating ice cream, swimming, the end of the school year, and more!
While there isn’t one guidebook for parenting, these adolescent depression books for parents, including Adolescent Depression: A Guide for Parents by Francis Mark Mondimore and Patrick Kelly, can act as little lights and help.
Image of two sticker sheets in bright multicolors. On the left, the stickers say Currently Reading with a space for a book title. On the right, the stickers say Finished Reading with a space for a date and five small stars.
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