The following five heartwarming kids’ books are fantastic choices for blended families—or any child looking for a great read— looking for a new or even similar perspective on navigating the ups and downs of the step-family life.
Browsing: Audrey Vernick
Liz Garton Scanlon and Audrey Verdick share three each of their family favorite kids books!
From the many middle grade books that release this month, we’ve picked 16 of the best new middle grade books for kids ages 7 through 12. You’ll find non-fiction, sports fan fiction, an outstanding Raina Telgemier graphic novel, contemporary tales, an embarrassingly honest look at growing up, a novel in verse, and a hilariously scary chapter book perfect for the upcoming spooky season.
Screaming at the Ump will appeal to both boys and girls who are interested in sports (especially baseball), and journalism, coping with the transition to middle school, or dealing with family conflicts.
Enter to win a copy of Audrey Vernick’s Bogart and Vinnie: A Completely Made-Up Story of True Friendship, illustrated by Henry Cole.
Giveaway begins June 19, 2013, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends July 18, 2013, at 11:59 P.M. PST.
Audrey Vernick is the author of several picture books, including So You Want to Be a Rock Star, Is Your Buffalo Ready for…
It’s Music in our Schools Month and these recent titles on music (and` loneliness, getting lost, Vivaldi, and being a big sister) and so much more will make you want to groove, rock n’ roll, waltz, and bang your head.
Audrey Vernick is the author of many books for all ages; including her latest “So You Want to be a Rock Star” and “Brothers at Bat: The True Story of an Amazing All Brother Team” coming in April. Vernick also garnered rave reviews for her touching middle grade novel Water Balloon.
By Bianca Schulze, The Children’s Book Review Published: November 12, 2010 This is a book list for sports enthusiasts, young…
Whatever your needs, I know you’re going to find a book that is just right for you and your child.