This newer series is not to be missed if you have small children! These multilingual books introduce various languages to little ones.
Author: Anna Iacovetta, Ph.D.
Karly West has embraced her “irreverent nerdiness” to create a one-of-a-kind graphic novel series for teens and young adults entitled The Scholarly Banana.
What better way to encourage a child that enjoys drawing than with some of these architecture books for kids and your budding Frank Lloyd Wright.
What better way to learn a new concept than with an ABC book? These books attract readers of all ages with their unique take on the alphabet.
Nita’s Day: More Signs for Babies and Parents is not just for children. It serves as a great introduction to learn the basics of American Sign Language.
These are two great books that teach children to truly be themselves and not be afraid to think outside the box in a world filled with unfair judgment.
Recently, a selection of new books was published, giving some perspective of Mister Rogers to the young and old. An entire generation has yet to be introduced to such a gentle-man.
No one is too young to learn to code! Programming and all things technology are here to stay and will be dictating our future. Here are some great picks to get your child interested!
In addition to her lifelong acting career, Danica McKellar is an internationally-recognized mathematician and advocate for math education.
The books in this series are excellent primary resources and would be worthwhile additions to not only the personal library for future scientists but for classroom libraries as well.