Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes is a remarkable and unforgettable story that captures the essence of the human spirit.
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Esperanza Rising is an inspiring story, leaving readers with a sense of hope and reminding us that, no matter what hardships come our way.
Wholeheartedly recommended, Melissa leaves readers feeling inspired and empowered to take on anything that comes their way.
In this original and magical fantasy novel, Khoury presents a world in which the magical dream of being able to fly is a reality.
For readers who love ghost stories, A Touch of Ruckus provides plenty of excitement with a thought-provoking plot line to add substance.
Here’s a list of 30 books (middle grade novels for kids) that we hope you have already read or will hustle to the bookstore and read as soon as possible.
Sweet, authentic, funny, and relatable, this romance is nothing short of heartwarming. This is a captivating love story – well worth reading!
It can be hard to know where to begin when teaching others and learning about Hispanic Heritage Month. Here are some literacy ideas to get you started.
Children’s authors are working hard to remind kids about the power of little. These two picture books offer a powerful message of hope for young readers.
This month, the book that tops off the best-selling middle-grade book list from our affiliate store is a book we featured in Three Kids Books That Explain the United States Constitution To Kids (and Their Grown-Ups): The Constitution Decoded by Katie Kennedy.