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.”
The wonderful book list from Cammie McGovern, 5 Laugh-Out-Loud and Reach-for-the-Kleenex Middle Grade Novels, has been trending on The Children’s Book Review over the past month.
Have students who devour book after book? Gives students a chance to read and review all types of newly released books.
Reading books together is an incredibly easy and, not to mention, enjoyable way to be present and engaged with kids.
I’m optimistic that, through literature that explores and celebrates diversity, all kids will be able to comfortably go on any adventure with any character to anywhere.
Artists working across boundaries must demonstrate profound respect for and deep knowledge of the Other. This means a thoroughly open-minded attitude—and much labor in terms of research and questioning one’s own assumptions.
We continue to have a winter wonderland of books and articles appearing in The Children’s Book Review’s book trends this month; including our list “Kids Winter Books: Snow, Mittens, Polar Bears and Other Arctic Animals.”
We have a winter wonderland of books and articles appearing in The Children’s Book Review’s book trends this month; including our list “20 of the Best Christmas Books.”
This month’s little peek into what TCBR readers have been most interested in shows the book trends are following the upcoming season with “20 of the Best Christmas Books,” “Kids Thanksgiving Books,” and the “Best New Kids Books!”