In this interview, Jeff Falyn discusses Who Stole the Bees’ Wings?, the art, and the concept of “little can do big things.”
In this episode, we have the master of wordless picture books, Caldecott Honor–winning Aaron Becker. He talks about his new book, The Tree and the River.
Carole P. Roman’s Mrs. Spring’s Garden is a sweet and simple way to teach young readers about gardens, nature, and interconnectedness.
Reminiscent of the beloved Magic Treehouse series, The Bridge to Sharktooth Island: A Challenge Island STEAM Adventure is packed with STEAM learning.
Opal’s Springtime Birdhouse is an excellent example of a picture book that is not only entertaining but also socially responsible and beautifully considered.
Pebbles and the Biggest Number is a thoughtful combination of adventure, STEM, and social learning – perfect for home or the classroom.
Joe Leap: A Grasshopper Adventure in the Flint Hills of Kansas is a delightful new addition to DeAnn Melton’s growing list of nature stories.
The bright colors, rich descriptive words, hands-on cutouts, and fun stories definitely add to the experience of reading these books.
Get Outdoors is more than just an alphabet book—it’s filled with excellent year-round inspiration for spending time in nature.
Illumisaurus easily stands alone as the best dinosaur-themed gift for any young paleontologist and a perfect addition to a classroom library.