The Whale and the Star will delight readers of all ages, especially those with an appreciation of the ocean, the night sky, and stargazing.
In this episode, I talk with Jeanne Walker Harvey, the author of the stunning picture book biography Ablaze with Color: A Story of Painter Alma Thomas.
Ablaze with Color: A Story of Painter Alma Thomas is a beautiful and thought-provoking biography for young readers and artists to enjoy. Highly Recommended!
A Whale of the Wild is a poignant animal adventure that demonstrates the importance of coming together in a crisis time.
I love finding metaphors in everyday activities. Tag Your Dreams begins with a poem comparing a game of tag to chasing one’s dreams.
My Name Isn’t Oof!: Warren the Warbler Takes Flight is a lovely little tale of one bird’s first attempt at flying. It offers a nice introduction to the message of perseverance for young readers ages 3 through 7.
From author Erik DeLeo, The Squirrel Squire and the Tournament of Oaksis the first book in the A Fantastic Tails Adventure series for kids ages 8 and up.
This picture-book tells the heart-breaking story of James Castle, an artist who grew up unloved by his family and community because of his deafness.
Little Lucy Big Race, by Matt Roloff, is a wonderful read for children and their adult readers, as it demonstrates that hard work can lead to positive outcomes.
Which five words best describe Nobody Sang Like Katy Did?
Holly Schindler: Sing your own unique song! In this story in verse (a short, illustrated book great for readers age 9-12), Katy Did is a singer in her own band.