Evocative of a cross between a DK history book and a Where’s Waldo activity book, Ancient World Magnified is packed full of fascinating details.
In anticipation of Women’s History Month in March, here are some recent picture books about revolutionary women to inspire the future and encourage young readers to see possibility.
The time for boring history lessons is at an end! In the Quick Histories series from Quarto Publishing, discover thousands of years of history.
Join us on this virtual book tour for Finding Family Treasure by award-winning authors K. I. Knight (also a genetic genealogist) and Jane R. Wood!
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 Radium Girls: Young Readers’ Edition: The Scary but True Story of the Poison that Made People Glow in the Dark is gripping and deeply inspiring.
Farmers Unite utilizes an engaging documentary-style form of narrative that shows how uniting to speak out can make all the difference.
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!
An excellent book to spark meaningful discussion, Jen Bryant and Cannaday Chapman’s FEED YOUR MIND is a triumph. Highly recommended.
In this episode of the Growing Readers Podcast, I talk with debut author Jasmine A. Stirling about A Most Clever Girl: How Jane Austen Discovered Her Voice.