We’ve curated a list of some truly wonderful and entertaining bug books for kids ages 4 to 99. We’ve also included the game Bug Bingo, and it’s the bees-knees.
Nathan Hale is the #1 New York Times bestselling author and illustrator of the Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales series, including Alamo All-Stars.
Sophie Cleverly began writing Scarlet and Ivy in her second year at university, where she studied Creative Writing. She knew she had to finish telling the story, and when she heard that the university offered an MA in Writing For Young People she realized it was the perfect opportunity.
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.
Check out Ted Sanders’ Selfie with The Keepers: The Harp and the Ravenvine, the second in the magical series that began with The Box and the Dragonfly.
Check out Josh Bledsoe’s Selfie with Hammer and Nails, the story of a little girl and her dad.
My Writing and Reading Life: Deborah Hopkinson, Author of A Bandit’s Tale: The Muddled Misadventures of a Pickpocket
Deborah Hopkinson is the award-winning author of more than 45 books for young readers.
Which five words best describe The Slowest Book Ever?
April Pulley Sayre: Chewy science for wondrous pondering.
Just Like Me, by Nancy J. Cavanaugh, is a funny, uplifting summer camp story about unlikely friendships and finding your place in the world from the award-winning author of This Journal Belongs to Ratchet.
Climate Change: Discover How It Impacts Spaceship Earth, a book for middle grade students, aims to bring the discussion about climate change to the family kitchen table and science classroom.
Which five words best describe Twenty Yawns?
Jane Smiley: Cheerful, colorful, loving, amusing, relaxing.