Beezus and Ramona is so good. It’s a riot! We learn that our family shapes a big part of who we become when we are grown-ups.
Browsing: Sibling Rivalry
Funny, quirky, and fun, Six Thousand Doughnuts invites readers to think outside the box about how to treat others when we pursue our desires.
Every night my husband and I read three books with our son, here are the five that we read most often …
The Crossover, by Kwame Alexander, will appeal to middle grade readers who like sports – especially basketball – and coming of age stories.
Reading Ana Dellaira’s Love Letters to the Dead will bring about a serious book hangover: her novel will linger with you for days. Dellaira tackles serious and all-too-real issues and anxieties with grace, humility and heart-breaking accuracy.
This is a charming book in so many ways, and definitely fun for a family to enjoy together. It will appeal to readers ages 5 to 8, who like stories about Spanish culture, stories about sisters, and surprising revelations about parents.
Molly always dreamed of having a sister who is just like her. But she got Chloe, instead. These two sisters are nothing alike: Molly loves to color with crayons. Chloe prefers the taste of wax.