Here are the top ten list of kids’ books and literacy articles that have been the most read on The Children’s Book Review.
Month: February 2021
Elyssa Nicole Trust is an award-winning actor, voiceover artist, playwright, screenwriter, and children’s book author. Here she discusses Daisy Moves to America.
Daisy Moves to America, by Elyssa Nicole Trust, is a humorous rhyming dive into the common language that separates Americans and Brits.
An interview with author Leo Zarko. In Anxious Annie, he does a great job of getting inside the head of an energetic kid.
Anxious Annie is an enjoyable story with an important lesson, perfect for shared reading at home or school.
Julia Kuo is a Taiwanese-American illustrator who has worked with The New York Times, Google, and Science Friday. Here we explore I DREAM OF POPO.
The Battle of Spencer Street is an endearing tale with an important message for readers, and is an enjoyable read for children who are regular victims of anxiety as well as those who are not.
A speed interview with Livia Blackburne, author of I Dream of Popo. I Dream of Popo centers around a young girl’s immigration from Taiwan to San Diego.
The following five children’s books listed here are all stunning examples of magic-themed books. We highly recommend each one!
How Graphic Novels Boost Literacy Skills and a Love of Reading: Here are a few reasons why we are obsessed with graphic novels and think you should be too!