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.
Browsing: Career Books
Get Real and Get In: How to Get into the College of Your Dreams by Being Your Authentic Self is a combination of advice and motivation.
Building Our House is a treasure trove of lessons for children, from the concrete (building a house takes time and work) to the abstract (cooperation and patience are invaluable when working toward a goal).
Explore the great women of the past and the present in this charming children’s picture book.
Enter to win a copy of What Would it Be Like?, written by McArthur Krishna and illustrated by Ayeshe Sadr and Ishaan Dasgupta.
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Would you like to sail the seas as a pirate? Swing, flip and sparkle as a trapeze artist? Solve big problems as the next president?
Emily Winfield Martin’s delightful book, The Wonderful Things You Will Be, dreams of what children will someday grow to be.
Sarah Dyer’s highly entertaining portrayal of a child’s-eye view of the adult world of work is full of wit and charm and will be enjoyed by children and adults alike.
Enchanting, honest, and as delicate as an ornate antique vase, Everything Leads to You is a sensitive and modern rendition of a classic love story.
The World is So Wide is an exploration of career possibilities in a picture book format with colorful illustrations. The author, Jess Rush, uses rhyme and follows the alphabet from A to Z to provide a list of jobs (Analyst to Zoo vet) meant to inspire young children and broaden their ideas of what the future could hold.