Rachel Rosenberg

Rachel Rosenberg has been writing since she was a child—at 13, she was published alongside celebs and fellow teens in Chicken Soup For the Teenage Soul 2. Rachel has a degree in Creative Writing from Montreal’s Concordia University; she’s been published in a few different anthologies and publications, including Best Lesbian Love Stories 2008, Little Fiction, Big Truth’s Re/Coded anthology and Broken Pencil magazine. She also appeared on the Montreal episode of the Grownups Read Things They Wrote As Kids podcast. Her day job is as a Children’s Librarian, where she digs singing and dancing with small humans.

Lighting Up Our Brains: Books about Reading

These books about reading are a reminder of how powerful fiction and nonfiction are in our everyday lives.

8 Book Subscriptions for Kids

Costume pairings, crafts, diverse books, and more fun book mail await your little readers.

Play and Learn: Excellent How-to Books for Kids

From STEAM skills to crafts aimed at reducing waste, there's lot here for young makers to learn and try.

Just How Much Has LGBTQ+ Representation Grown in Middle Grade In The Last Half Decade?

LGBTQ+ books have grown in number over the last 5 years, offering a range of stories beyond that of coming out.

12 of the Most Prolific Children’s Book Authors of All Time

These prolific children's book authors have written hundreds of books over decades working in the publishing industry!

The Best Picture Books for Shy Kids

These sweet picture books for shy kids are great tools to teach kids what shyness means and support them without making them feel judged.

What Not To Say to Public Librarians

I wish I could tell you whether it's nice to read all day, but that's my job, so I can't. And no, you can't eat pizza over the books.

The Most Unique Comic Book Stores Across the USA

This unique comic book stores across the United States have so much more to offer than just comics.

The Bookish Life of Rhiannon Giddens

Rhiannon Giddens is an award-winning American folk musician whose work has centered the lives and history of Black Americans.

Would You Call That Happily Ever After? Strange and Obscure Fairy Tales

Bones in a cauldron, rats with self-esteem, and anthropomorphized sausage: these strange fairy tales are not the stories you're used to!