Mz Millipede: Tale Ticklers is an absolute treasure trove of literary delights, enticing all young readers with twenty-five fantastical poems.
Browsing: Poetry Books for Kids
M.H. Clark discusses her book, Everywhere, Still: A Book about Loss, Grief, and the Way Love Continues, prioritizing memories of loved ones.
The Seven Silly Eaters tells the story of Mrs. Peters, a devoted mother who goes above and beyond to satisfy the diverse tastes of her seven picky eaters.
Tim DeRoche’s Tales of Whimsy, Verses of Woe has something for everyone and will delight readers who enjoy silly and macabre content!
A beautiful book, especially suited for the classroom or library readings, SWEET PEOPLE ARE EVERYWHERE is a comforting, enlightening choice for children.
Can You Spot the Leopard? is a perfect book for any animal lover regardless of age and would make an excellent companion to a classroom unit on African animals.
An African Wildlife Adventure in Poems and Paintings: Join us on this virtual book tour for Can You Spot the Leopard? An African Safari by Karen B. Winnick.
In this episode, I talk with Diana Farid about her coming-of-age novel written in verse, Wave, set in 1980s Southern California about a Persian American girl.
Designer, author, and illustrator Kristen Balouch has created eight books for children, including If You Are the Dreamer published by Cameron Kids.
A Girl Named October is a dreamy, profound book. The lead character, October, walks with her companion through the world, speaking of her profound connection.