#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.

8 Picture Books To Celebrate AAPI Heritage Month

Celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage month and share these picture books with the youngest readers in your life.

8 Heartwarming Children’s Books About Respect

We want children to value themselves, others, and the world around them. This list of children's books about respect is a great start!

10 Books about Disability for Kids and Teens

These books about disability for kids and teens include representation of kids with limb difference, hearing aids, mobility aids, and more.

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

May children's book releases include a hilarious new picture book by Adam Rex and a magical middle grade by Leah Johnson.

12 of the Best Summer Reading Programs of 2023

From local challenges with prizes to online programs, these are the best summer reading programs 2023 has to offer kids!

Sherlock Holmework: 9 Great Recent Middle Grade Mysteries!

Who can it be now? Join these young sleuths as they strive to solve cases big and small in these 9 Great Recent Middle Grade Mysteries!

When Children’s Book Authors Don’t Like Children’s Books

Authors like Louisa May Alcott and A.A. Milne learned their success in children's literature didn't translate to respect for their art.

ARE YOU THERE GOD? IT’S ME, MARGARET Adaptation Sings; An Ode to Quiet But Life-Changing Experiences

ARE YOU THERE GOD? IT'S ME, MARGARET hits the big screen and resonates as much as book.

8 Captivating Books like the Magic Tree House Series

Looking for books like The Magic Tree House series? These series will appeal to as many fans of the series as possible. Let's dive in!

Picture Books to Encourage Divergent Thinking

Use these awesome picture books to teach children that there are lots of ways to think about a situation and lots of possible outcomes, too.