Marissa Bader’s picture book, The Only Me, is a great way to start conversations about being yourself—for twins or any siblings!
Gayle Rosengren’s MacKenzie’s Last Run is fast-paced, emotionally hard-hitting, and impossible to put down until the last page.
In this insightful interview, author Gayle Rosengren poignantly discusses MacKenzie’s Last Run and themes of grief, loss, and gun safety issues.
iracle Times Two is a sweet and memorable story that provides young readers a wonderful way to identify love and acceptance within a family.
With Bond-style technology, fairy magic, mythical creatures, espionage, crime, Colfer’s The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve is funny, exciting, and original.
In the first book in a new early reader series, Mia and Anthony and the Hidden Treasures: A Big, Brave Heart, a father provides his energetic twins, Mia and Anthony, with the insight to understand what it truly means to be brave.
If you’d like to inspire your children to be global thinkers, have a desire to travel, while also encouraging activism and conversations around global issues and concepts, The Monster Twins fits the bill!
Follow the Monster Twins as they discover their shared past and do their best to make a better future for themselves, their families, and others like them.
Taut and atmospheric, Amelia Brunskill’s The Window will keep you guessing until the end.
Enter for a chance to win a copy of Twinderella: A Fractioned Fairy Tale, by the legendary Corey Rosen Schwartz and illustrated by Deborah Marcero.
Giveaway begins December 20, 2017, at 12:01 A.M. MT and ends January 20, 2018, at 11:59 P.M. MT.