Two incredible award-winning guests, author Trudy Ludwig and illustrator Kathryn Otoshi, about their picture book Calling the Wind: A Story of Healing and Hope.
The Middle of the Night Book is a lovely introduction to meditation for young readers and great for bedtime reading routines.
Thanks to the wonderful illustrations and the unique organization of the book, Creature Features offers a unique take on the much-beloved dinosaur books.
Sisters Cara Mentzel and Tony-award-winner Idina Menzel talk about their debut picture book Loud Mouse: How a Little Mouse Found Her Big Voice.
The Ghost of Midnight Lake is one of those stories that just cannot be put down until finished; the story is exciting, with twists and turns in every chapter.
The Kids’ Booklist that Smashes Gender Stereotypes! The following book recommendations are wonderful discussion starters.
Nanushka is Missing is fun to read and instructive to discuss—a promising first book in what will hopefully be an engaging series.
Embarrassing George acknowledges the anxiety that can come with that feeling that make families embarrassing but also make them unique and loveable.
In this episode, I talk with the super fun and fan-favorite children’s book author, Josh Funk, about his picture book My Pet Feet.
AudioFile’s Editors have five exciting and fantastical new middle-grade audiobooks for young listeners and their families.