An interview and book giveaway in partnership with Carole P. RomanThe Children’s Book Review With its focus on celebrating friendship,…
Mrs. Rabbit’s Friendsgiving Dinner, by Carole P. Roman, is a cheerful and thoughtful addition to any holiday story collection.
In this episode, I talk with acclaimed author Elaine Vickers about her tender picture book Thankful, in which everyday things are celebrated.
We explore colonial America, togetherness, farming, and gratitude. Go forth and feast on these five titles. You can thank us later!
Mary Lyn Ray, author of The Thank You Book, has written many acclaimed books for children, including New York Times best-seller Stars, illustrated by Marla Frazee.
The artist behind many children’s books, including her very own Little Fox, her latest collaboration is with author Mary Lyn Ray for The Thank You Book.
In looking at the list, the common themes seem to be naughtiness and humor—especially of the silly, slapstick variety. So here goes:
On your mark, get set, Gobblers-a-Go-Go! Judy swears she’ll win the race for a Thanksgiving turkey (though Stink has his doubts) in this full-color Moody adventure.
Pat Zietlow Miller, author of Sharing the Bread: An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving Story, selected these five family favorites.
We are pleased to share some of the best books on thankfulness and being grateful that will help young readers on their journey to understanding gratitude.