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.

Go for the Moon: Children’s Books about the Moon

From calming stories to nonfiction facts about our celestial neighbor, these are the best children's books about the moon to read, including Moon: A Peek-Through Picture Book by Britta Teckentrup.

How to Catch a Star: Why I Love Oliver Jeffers’ Books

Oliver Jeffers doesn’t shy away from the bad parts of life in his books, but he perfectly encapsulates the magic of the good stuff.

Their Favourite Songs: Books With Music Playlists

From songs that inspired the author's writing process to ones woven into the plot, these books with music playlists are a layered treat.

Make Learning Fun: Best Narrative Nonfiction Books for Kids

Narrative nonfiction books for kids can be the perfect way for littles to learn about the world. Find our recommendations here, starting with She Persisted: Wangari Maathai by Eucabeth Odhiambo.

MAD Magazine: A History of The Counterculture Humour Magazine

This brief history of MAD Magazine shows just how good of a tool it was in learning to question what is in the media we consume.

New Year, New Good Habits: 5 Ways to Make Your Reading Life Greener

Recycling and giving away used books isn't as simple as it sounds, so here are other ways to make your reading life greener.

Happy Birthday to Us: 8 Books about Birthdays for Kids

These books about birthdays provide kids with a range of experiences: surprise parties, baking cakes, and even the occasional sad birthday, including Abuelita and I Make Flan by Adriana Hernández Bergstrom.

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Publishing Everyday Stories

A look at the history of the Chicken Soup for the Soul books, including what it was like being published by the franchise as a teen.

Bookish DIY Kits To Buy and Make for Holiday Gifting

Buying the perfect book for a reader can be tricky, but these bookish DIY kits will be a hit with any book lover.

Library Sitcom SHELVED Could Be The Show We Need

Public libraries are finally getting their own workplace comedy! The Canadian production SHELVED could be the laugh we so desperately need.