Eleven beautiful books of poetry for National Poetry month this fine month of April with its splendid spring light and new green.
Author: Nina Schuyler
Here’s a list of recent releases that will lull your little one off to dreamland.
As if you need one more reason to start reading the Lunch Lady series. Here are four new graphic novels to love, including Lunch Lady number 8!
What is it about boys and wheels? In honor of boys and things that go, here are a handful of new books that celebrate the wheel.
In honor of the real heart of summer, here’s a list of books that send their main characters on a journey, a trip, somewhere new. (And if you and your family didn’t pack your bags this summer, here is the beauty of a book—the vicarious experience of travel.)
It’s summertime with its big bowl of a blue sky. Outside becomes another room, with open fields and the whir and buzz of bugs and baseball, and the voice of the water and the touch of sand.
Day One of summer, my son asks, “Now what?” So we ride our bikes to the library and load our backpacks with books about summer. Here’s a list to fill up the baggy pockets of summertime.
After reading so many books with talking bunnies and dogs, of mice that look cuddly and sweet, of mischievous cats and raccoons, it’s a relief, of sorts, to enter the world of realism, especially one that has the stamp of the prestigious Smithsonian Institution. The realism comes if not through the photographs, then through the information.
In honor of National Humor Month, here is a list of some recently published books that will keep your kid laughing (and reading).
If you want to inspire your little one, if your kid has a book report due, or if you just want to talk about some of the great men (yes, well, all men) who’ve led this country, there are loads of new books to choose from.
By Nina Schuyler, The Children’s Book Review Published: January 27, 2012 Coral Reefs Written and Illustrated by Jason Chin Reading level: Ages 5 and up Hardcover: 40 pages Publisher: Flash Point (October 25, 2011) Source: Publisher What to expect: Science, Nature, Biology, Marine life, Water Jason Chin does something pretty wonderful in his nonfiction book, Coral Reefs: He hasn’t forgotten the wild imagination of a kid. What makes Coral Reefs unique is that along with loads of interesting information, he’s included colorful watercolor illustrations that tell their own story. In a sense he is blurring the boundary between fiction and nonfiction. The result…