Book Giveaway: From the creative minds of Jack Canfield and Miriam Laundry, comes the delightful but powerful story, I CAN Believe in Myself.
Joan Holub’s I Am the Shark is a fun and fascinating picture book that would be fantastic both within and beyond the classroom!
Dedicated Review: Katy Has Two Grampas reminds readers that is it okay to be different and it’s okay to explain ourselves to others.
Elyssa Nicole Trust is an award-winning actor, voiceover artist, playwright, screenwriter, and children’s book author. Here she discusses Daisy Moves to America.
Daisy Moves to America, by Elyssa Nicole Trust, is a humorous rhyming dive into the common language that separates Americans and Brits.
A Day of Pride emphasizes this message: that everyone deserves to love, be loved, and be themselves. Told through simple, rhyming couplets, the story itself is about inclusiveness, acceptance, and joy.
Hello, Universe is a must-read story that celebrates friendship, courage, empathy, and finding one’s voice.
Newbery Medalist Erin Entrada Kelly’s Hello, Universe is a funny and poignant neighborhood story about unexpected friendships. To learn more, join us on this virtual book tour!
Here are five picture books that will help you learn to be proud of who you are!
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.