Whether you’re looking for kid’s books online because you want to read them to your small humans or because you’re young at heart, we’ve got the best kid’s books recommendations! Our kid’s books post cover everything from children’s picture books to chapter books for kids to middle grade fiction recommendations.
All The Books Episode 222.5
This week, Liberty discusses a few great older books, including Ella Minnow Pea.
Annotated Episode 28
What if the whole world spoke the same language? How would it work? Who would be interested in speaking it? In this episode, the dream, the reality, and the hope that is Esperanto.
For Real Episode 38
This week Alice and Kim talk about Barack Obama's summer nonfiction picks, the world's deadliest predator, and true stories inside cults and places with cult-like thinking.
Get Booked Episode 194
Amanda and Jenn discuss dark fiction, humorous SF/F, women breaking down barriers, and more in this week's episode of Get Booked.
Hey YA Episode 50
Kelly and Eric celebrate their 50th episode and 2nd podcast anniversary with 50 rapid-fire backlist YA recommendations.
Kidlit These Days Episode 12
Karina and Matthew talk about back-to-school anticipation, exceptional ways to get to school, and the resilience and determination each student possesses.
Read or Dead Episode 58
Katie and Rincey talk about the Tiny Pretty Things adaptation, Tana French in the New Yorker, the real life Where the Crawdads Sing mystery and celebrate Women in Translation month.
Recommended Episode 12
In this episode, Nicky Drayden and Helen Ellis talk about books that captured their attention in big ways.
SFF Yeah! Episode 60.5
This week, Sharifah discusses favorite animal characters.
The Podcast Episode 326
This week, Jeff and Rebecca follow up about The Da Vinci Code, consider the latest iteration of Obama's reading list, talk about increased pushback against Drag Queen Story Hour, and more.
When In Romance Episode 40
Jess and Trisha celebrate some important progress at the RITAs, talk through romance authors writing outside their own experience, and what romance series they’d like to see get the fanfic treatment.