Explore topics of anticipation and family traditions with Jamie Lee Curtis as she discusses her latest picture book for kids, Just One More Sleep.
Browsing: Famous People
A joyful and inspiring collection, the Little People, BIG DREAMS series featuring Aretha Franklin, Elton John, Prince, and Stevie Wonder is fantastic.
Set in the golden age of classic Hollywood, Harvey’s Dressing Up the Stars tells the true story of one of the women who helped make the magic happen.
HOW TO BUILD A HUG, by Amy Guglielmo and Jacqueline Tourville, is a touching tribute to Temple Grandin and those who struggle with certain aspects of autism.
Which five words best describe The Little Guides to Great Lives?
Isabel Thomas: Inspirational true stories for everyone.
This is a well-composed volume which is sure to bring pleasure to readers both young and old.
Washington Irving, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and now Edgar Allan Poe. Paying homage to famous American authors has sort of become what I do.
There’s a fine art to turning a great life into something digestible for a child. The art lies in finding the essence, an almost haiku-like writing that condenses, getting only the most salient details on the page. Each of the following biographies rises to that fine art.
This book will appeal to middle grade readers who like stories about inventions, airplanes, famous people, overcoming difficulties, and life in earlier times.