In this episode, I talk with Bianca Schulze about her latest picture book, Just Be Yourself, Dragon, the third book in a delightfully fun series.
Author: Luisa LaFleur
From iconic sights, landmarks, and attractions, this selection of gorgeous kids’ books about New York City are excellent choices for any young reader.
The Gravity Thief is sure to fascinate readers with many varied interests. The well-rounded characters and the fast-paced story are a fitting third installment to the series.
For All/Para Todos is a poignant, bi-lingual tale about an immigrant girl’s hopes and dreams as she embarks on an adventure to a new land.
In Joshua Little and the Leaves, author Andrea Cluff has created an instant classic that will resonate with children and adults alike, particularly in these constantly changing times.
From color-themed board books, Spanish translations, enchanting illustrations, and zany interactions with crazy animals, here is a list of beautiful bilingual books (Spanish and English) for young readers.
Watching birds soar through the sky or nest in a tree are some of the simplest pleasures that we can foster in our children. Following is a description of bird-themed books that will surely spark the interest of even the youngest readers.
In Si mi mamá fuera un ornitorrinco, readers are introduced to fourteen different mammal babies as they travel from birth to maturity. This book is a Spanish translation of If My Mom Were a Platypus, which was published in 2002.
This imaginative novel will appeal to young readers, ages 6-10, that enjoy adventure, fantastic surroundings and mysterious beings, with a joyous Christmas message to boot.
This imaginative novel will appeal to young readers, ages 7-12, with an affinity for clever animals and world cultures.