From cat problems to Black joy to immigrant experiences, there’s an August children’s book release for every kind of reader this month, including Tomatoes for Neela by Padma Lakshmi & Juana Martinez-Neal.
Keep the kids engaged with creativity with drawing books like How to Draw Cute Stuff: Draw Anything and Everything in the Cutest Style Ever! by Angela Nguyen.
Whether kids are learning about pronouns or escaping into South Indian mythology, these July children’s book releases are sure to be a hit.
Calling all diverse women writers! LitUp, a writer’s fellowship from Reese’s Book Club and We Need Diverse Books, is accepting applications.
These nine middle grade novels with disabled main characters show the depth and breadth of disabled pre-teen experiences.
This analysis looks at disability representation in children's books and what needs to change in the industry to make it more inclusive.
Madame d'Aulnoy coined the term fairy tale. She also tried twice to kill someone and was way more popular than Perrault. Find out more!
Build a fantasy world and find a romantic fantasy series to get lost in, from dark and sensual to hilarious and quirky to charming and sweet.
From silly books to #OwnVoices stories and Covid tales, freshen up your child's bookshelves by checking out these 25 picture books from 2021.
We've got books for the Read Harder task asking you to read a children’s book that centers a disabled character but not their disability.