What makes a Sukkot to remember? Sukkah-Doodle-Doo! is both joyous and instructive—sure to get any reader in the sukkah mood.
In Joshua Little and the Leaves, author Andrea Cluff has created an instant classic that will resonate with children and adults alike, particularly in these constantly changing times.
Here we get to know all about Maureen Wright’s writing and reading life, as well as her new picture book Super Rooster Saves the Day—a hilarious farmyard romp!
We explore colonial America, togetherness, farming, and gratitude. Go forth and feast on these five titles. You can thank us later!
Lynn Plourde is the author of more than thirty picture books including her newest for 2016: Bella’s Fall Coat. Lynn has done hundreds of author visits to schools through the years.
It’s time to do the Halloween hustle and get books for Halloween into the hands of your ghouls and boys. Don’t get spooked, all of these books are treats and not tricks!
This is the incredibly endearing story of a little girl who, after a trip to the farmer’s market with her parents, comes home with a squash. When she begins treating the squash as a pet—complete with a drawn on face—Mom realizes that her plans for squash soup will need to change.
An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving is a heartwarming selection for the holiday season. Old-fashioned or not, you’ll enjoy reading this delightful tale with your family.
By Bianca Schulze, The Children’s Book Review Published: October 5, 2009 The weather is starting to cool, autumn is officially…
By Bianca Schulze, The Children’s Book Review Published: September 23, 2009 Before I post my 2009 list of books that…