Turns out, What About Worms!? isn’t about worms after all – it’s about tigers, and it teaches some inquisitive worms not to be afraid of tigers.
Tipani Walker and the Nightmare Knot is one of the best middle-grade adventures out there—don’t pick it up unless you have nothing else to do for the day.
An illustration inspiration interview with Maria Biktimirova aka Manka Kasha. Small Knight and the Anxiety Monster is her debut picture book.
Kataneh Vahdani is a children’s book author and illustrator. Kat and Juju is her first picture book series.
For our tenth installment of the “Learn to Draw on TCBR” series, director, storyteller, professor, and mama bird Kataneh Vahdani teaches us how to draw both Kat and Juju from their namesake picture book Kat and Juju.
Catherine Doyle has created a magical story that will delight young readers looking for a fresh fantasy.
Victor will delight young readers that enjoy stories about horses, moving to a new home, and figuring out how to pursue a goal. Older readers will appreciate reading about how a strong girl and the love of a horse can be an inspiration.
The Boy Who Painted the World, written by Melody J. Bremen.
The Hideout Kids series by Mike Gleason kicks off with a whip and a neigh with the first book, Tuff, Sadie, & The Wild West.
Which five words best describe The War I Finally Won?
Kimberly Brubaker Bradley: Once safe, Ada can heal.