Upon being invited to write a piece about “encouraging readers to think rather than protecting them from difficult truths,” I had to stop and think about whether or not that is in fact my central purpose when writing nonfiction books for children.
Month: February 2017
Join Jeanne Walker Harvey for the Honey Girl: The Hawaiian Monk Seal blog tour …
In this exciting new series of non-fiction books, children are taken on an adventure from a bug’s-eye-view.
By turns heart-stopping and hilarious, The Blazing Bridge brings the Blood Guard trilogy to a surprising, clever, and altogether thrilling conclusion.
A fun activity book for children using stickers and numbered outlines.
There is no doubt that If You Were Me and Lived On … Mars will make an excellent addition to the home library of any young astronomers.
Here at The Children’s Book Review, our goal is to help grow young readers. Below is a useful infographic that showcases the benefits of reading to young children.
Thank You, Me is a delightful picture book that delivers a loving message of self-acceptance to both children and adults.
Pipsie and her turtle friend, Alfred, must finish their field trip scavenger hunt and find whoever stole their lunches!
Replete with pirate lore, tales of friendship, two strange men and a shaman, Eye of an Eagle: A Peter Poppin Adventure is a fast-paced and mystical coming-of-age tale set in the 19th century.