Carolyn Lunn is a Colorado author of seven children’s books, who is inspired to write by her two children and her world travels.
Upside Down in the Middle of Nowhere will appeal to young people who have had to cope with catastrophe and its aftermath.
I’m optimistic that, through literature that explores and celebrates diversity, all kids will be able to comfortably go on any adventure with any character to anywhere.
Author Vilasinee Bunnag, along with illustrator Yasmin Doctor, have created a wonderfully interactive picture book, Where Do Our Baby Teeth Go?, to help little ones understand, celebrate, and document this rite of passage.
This unique book is a potpourri of re-told stories from several cultures on both sides of the Atlantic as they might have been known in 1492, the year Columbus set sail for India and found what is now known as the Americas.
Building positive identities and a respect for differences means weaving diversity into the fabric of children’s everyday lives. Working with families is an important first step in helping children accept, understand, and value their rich and varied world.
We are so happy to share this book list graphic brought to you by Noodle.org, as selected by author and librarian Betsy Bird.
We are so happy to share this Noodle.org graphic featuring fabulous book suggestions from brilliant librarian Betsy Bird.
In 1937 Guernica, Spain, twelve-year-old Ani is used to being invisible while helping her mother earn a living from selling sardines. Schoolmates call her the “sardine girl.” Ani’s Basque father is off fighting in the Spanish Civil War.
Carole P. Roman is the award-winning author of the “Captain No Beard” series. Roman talks to us about her latest children’s book series that aims to introduce kids to cultures around the world.