The Last Fallen Star, by Graci Kim, is gripping and heartwarming – a story no reader will want to put down until the end.
A sweet book providing a cheerful dose of positivity, Yes, We Are Together! goes beyond the “traditional” family and encourages readers to honor all families.
In this episode, I talk with Emmy- and Tony Award-winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth about her debut picture book What Will I Do with My Love Today?
The Journey to Max is a particularly beautiful story because it both normalizes and celebrates the many ways we craft our families—which is not through blood alone, but through love, care, and sharing.
In this stunning debut novel from Christine Day, Edie discovers a box of letters that uncover secrets that will lead her to find her Native American identity.
With a book cover and illustrations as pretty as a sunlit, stained glass window, All is Assuredly Well is the quietly impactful story of King Phillip the Good and his elegant husband.
In Audrey’s Magic Nine, author Michelle Wright has crafted a story about a talented little girl who uses her imagination and courage to find ways out of precarious situations.
Lola Gets a Cat, by Anna McQuinn, is sweet and simple, and even the youngest children will enjoy hearing about Lola and her newly adopted cat.
Ballerina Dreams: From Orphan to Dancer is essential reading for any children who doubt themselves and their goals.
Hattie Peck proves that there is more than enough love to go around, and any way to make a family is a great one.