Is Stargirl a good book? Jerry Spinelli’s kid-friendly masterpiece is an absolute must-read for those who seek to imbibe the value of self-acceptance.
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Hating Alison Ashley is an incredible piece of Australian fiction to anyone who appreciates a well-written and thought-provoking novel.
Frindle, by Andrew Clements, is a must-read for anyone who loves language and enjoys a good story. It’s an especially great choice for a teacher to read aloud.
The talented author-illustrator Kaz Windness joined us to give an exclusive insight into her picture book, Bitsy Bat, School Star.
The Invisible Boy is a great reminder of how easy it is to make another person feel special. Just a simple act of kindness can be all that is needed.
Long Goes to Dragon School is an entertaining and instructive way to introduce readers to a growth mindset, inclusivity, and self-belief.
In this episode, bestselling author and Caldecott Medalist Dan Santat talks about his graphic novel memoir A First Time for Everything.
In this interview, Carole talks about how she comes up with ideas for her stories and creating Henrietta Hedgehog’s Prickly Problem.
Henrietta Hedgehog’s Prickly Problem is a delightful picture book with a social-emotional message that makes it a beneficial tool for classrooms.
What books are similar to the Harry Potter series? Here’s our top ten list of recommendations for what to read after Harry Potter!