Out of My Mind teaches and challenges us to be accepting, thoughtful, and kind to all people, including people that may be different from us.
Browsing: Sharon M. Draper
It’s true TCBR readers are fans of Star Wars! That’s why, this month, Star Wars: The Complete Visual Dictionary – The Ultimate Guide to Characters and Creatures from the Entire Star Wars Saga is The Children’s Book Review’s best selling middle grade book.
It’s true TCBR readers are fans of Greek myths! That’s why, this month, the National Geographic Treasury of Greek Mythology is The Children’s Book Review’s best selling middle grade book.
This month, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Book 1, by Jeff Kinney, is The Children’s Book Review’s best selling middle grade book.
February is African American History Month. Sharing these books with young readers comes with the responsibility to discuss … progress towards equality.
In this conversation, we talked to Draper about the inspiration behind Stella by Starlight and the basic goodness in humanity.
Stella by Starlight, by esteemed storyteller Sharon M. Draper, is a poignant novel that beautifully captures the depth and complexities within individuals.
This month we’ve seen some changes on the best selling middle grade books list due to the well timed releases of Jason Segel’s Nightmares!—a great choice for the upcoming spooky season—and Mike Lupica’s Fantasy League (Did somebody say football?).
This month, The Children’s Book Review’s best selling middle grade book is the imaginative and adventurous Copper from Kazu Kibushi.
This month, The Children’s Book Review’s best selling middle grade book is an awesome backlist title that all info-happy kids should have in their home and school libraries.