Susan Choi’s is an award-winning novelist. Camp Tiger is her first book for children.
Browsing: Growing Up
The Dress and the Girl, by Camille Andros, is the touching story of a young Greek girl who finds a new life in America only to be separated from her favorite dress made by her mother.
Enter for a chance to win an autographed copy of Seed School: Growing Up Amazing, written by Joan Holub and illustrated by Sakshi Mangal!
Giveaway begins February 7, 2018, at 12:01 A.M. MT and ends March 7, 2018, at 11:59 P.M. MT.
I Don’t Wanna Wear a Crown, by Janet Farrar Byington, helps little girls imagine all of the possibilities about their lives, and outlines some great choices.
Readers that enjoy more traditional tales, such as Laura Ingalls Wilder’s “Little House Books”, and stories that embody magical realism, will certainly be swept up by this gently weaved saga steeped in folklore and the Icelandic frontier.
Otis the Owl combines beautiful close-up photography with a simple, engaging narrative style, creating a book that is both educational and interactive.
Jonathan London’s Pup the Sea Otter is a beautiful book, combining natural history education with literacy support and empathy development.
CAROL WESTON has been the “Dear Carol” advice columnist at Girls’ Life since 1994. Speed of Life is her latest novel.
Get to know Addie Bell, the main character in Jessica Brody’s Addie Bell’s Shortcut to Growing Up.
Chris Miles has written several books for young readers in Australia. He works as a website designer and developer, and in his spare time he indulges his love of Doctor Who, LEGO®, Dungeons & Dragons, and anchovies.