Children will love learning about Sophie Taeuber-Arp, and they will engage deeply with what they have learned by completing creative activities.
What makes a Sukkot to remember? Sukkah-Doodle-Doo! is both joyous and instructive—sure to get any reader in the sukkah mood.
Weird But True New York City: 300 Bizarre Facts About The Big Apple is a fun book of factoids that can lead to many interesting conversations.
Carole Lexa Schaefer’s Chicken Talk Around the World takes us on a tour of cultures across our vast planet, peeking into farm life in different countries.
Takayo Akiyama’s energetic, cartoon-style illustrations make So You Want to Be a Knight? an enjoyable deep-dive into some of the coolest history out there.
The Piece That is a remarkable picture book that imparts beautiful messages of belonging, perseverance, teamwork, and harmony.
Gayle Holdman knows what it feels like to wonder where you fit in. In this interview, we discuss her stunning picture book, The Piece That Is You.
So You Want to Be A Ninja is a massively engaging collection of facts, diagrams, and how-to guides that will have any reader excited!
It can be hard to know where to begin when teaching others and learning about Hispanic Heritage Month. Here are some literacy ideas to get you started.
MAYA VAN DER MEER’s Kuan Yin: The Princess Who Became the Goddess of Compassion, Buddhist fairy tale, is a book to treasure.