These are two great books that teach children to truly be themselves and not be afraid to think outside the box in a world filled with unfair judgment.
In this author interview, we talk to Kimberly J. Muller about Goodnight Shadow, a poetic picture book that empowers kids to be brave and fearless.
The Battle of Spencer Street is an endearing tale with an important message for readers, and is an enjoyable read for children who are regular victims of anxiety as well as those who are not.
This selfie of Joanna Ho was taken exactly one week before EYES THAT KISS IN THE CORNERS was released into the world.
Here are five picture books that will help you learn to be proud of who you are!
Adults and children alike will find joy in this spunky story that aims to empower readers to take their actions into their own hands.
Welcome to this second innovative installment of our exciting new “Learn to Draw” series. This time, illustrator Shawn Harris teaches us how to create a bear by cutting paper and drawing with a pen.
Dear Girl, by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Paris Rosenthal, is an excellent foray into the fraught terrain of identity— complex ground for anyone—and boys and girls would do well to read it.
Eda Kaban is the illustrator on a number of books, including Pink is for Boys. When she’s not drawing, you can find her climbing rocks or biking the hills of the Bay area.
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.