Ian’s Show and Tell Surprise: A Story About Autism Spectrum Disorder is a clever picture book that works on multiple levels to educate young readers.
Jerry Craft’s graphic novels, New Kid and Class Act, are fantastic for classroom discussion—but, more importantly, they are utterly enjoyable reads.
What books are similar to the Harry Potter series? Here’s our top ten list of recommendations for what to read after Harry Potter!
This Is a School, the debut picture book by children’s librarian and public speaker John Schu, is a beautiful and wonderfully inclusive delight.
Dragons Do NOT Go to School, by D. J. Panec, is one early reading text that parents and children alike are sure to enjoy sharing.
How to Send Your Brother to Kindergarten is a fun-to-read-out-loud silly story that will get the whole family involved in this big milestone!
This would be an excellent book to read in class with a group of students, especially if someone there has life-threatening allergies.
Dusty’s Big Oops! not only helps readers understand that anxiety is a normal and natural emotion but that mistakes are also natural and nothing to worry about.
How to Send Your Brother to Kindergarten, by by Jen E. Lis, is a clever, enjoyable, and valuable starting-school book for siblings.
In this episode, I talk with the one and only John Schu about his debut picture book, This Is a School—a moving celebration of school and all it may signify.