Erica S. Perl, author of Ferocious Fluffity, selected these five family favorites. “All I have to say about reading as a family is that it should be a pleasure for all involved.”
Caillou, everyone’s favorite preschooler, is back in this delightful collection of ten best-loved stories.
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Cole’s Perfect Puppy is the first book in the PERFECT PUPPIES series—a new series of Christian novels written by Frances Crossno. This heartwarming tale is about a young boy, his love of dogs, and the importance of kindness.
Introducing the concept of death to children is obviously difficult. Rebecca Elliott (The Owl Diaries) approaches this potential minefield-of-a-subject with a novel combination of tenderness and candor in Missing Jack.
Introducing mindfulness into the lives of our children and teenagers is perhaps the greatest gift we can offer.
Life is about who we touch, who we love and who loves us back. This book is a wonderful way to talk to children about the grand scheme of everything.
Emily Winfield Martin’s delightful book, The Wonderful Things You Will Be, dreams of what children will someday grow to be.
Jason Kirschner is the author and illustrator of Mr. Particular: The World’s Choosiest Champion. He’s pretty sure being particular got him published.
The Adventures of SuperCaptainBraveMan: A Day at the Park is the first title in a brand new picture book series that encourages kids to be inclusive and accept each other’s differences.
Award-winning author Donna Gephart crafts a compelling dual narrative about two remarkable young people: Lily, a transgender girl, and Dunkin, a boy dealing with bipolar disorder.