#Children’s

Whether you’re looking for kid’s books online to read to your small humans or because you’re young at heart, we’ve got the best kid lit recommendations! Our kid’s books post cover everything from children’s picture books to chapter books for kids to middle grade fiction recommendations.

“Living Books”: What Are They, and How I Use Them

Living books are a major part of certain educational philosophies, but how do you use them? One homeschooling parent explores.

9 Children’s Biography Books for Budding Historians

These children's biography books introduce young readers to important figures and moments in history, from mathematicians to activists.

12 Of The Best New Children’s Books Out July 2023

Check out this sizzling list of July children's book releases, including Abeni's Song by P. Djèlí Clark and books for Disability Pride Month.

10 Chapter Books for Third Graders to Engage Young Readers

Fun and exciting books for eager readers — get started with the best chapter books for third graders here!

8 of the Best Potty Training Books

The best books for potty training are ones that help children become comfortable with understanding their bodies. Find them here.

10 Sunshine-Filled Summer Books for Toddlers

If you have a sun, summer, and book-loving toddler in your life, check out the best summer books for toddlers here!

20+ Books Every Gay-Straight Alliance Should Have

Inclusivity within schools is important, and here, a queer educator highlights the best books every gay-straight alliance should have.

8 Great Dystopian Books for Middle School Students

Find the best dystopian books for middle school readers that tread dark territory, but are still suitable for this age group.

Grumpy Monkeys, Sneaky Alligators, and More: 10 Funny Books for Preschoolers

Grumpy monkeys, sneaky alligators, and more: here are the funny books for preschoolers that left me and my kid giggling.

What a Drag Story Hour Actually Looks Like

As drag story hour is contested across the nation, one writer details what the reading event is actually like.