On special occasions the girls’ parents told them of THE SUGAR PLUM TREE and they awoke to small candy treats or TREASURE waiting under their beds.
It’s this TRADITION, of POETRY IN ACTION, the girls now hope to pass on to your family.
Inspired by Eugene Field’s (1850-1895) original The Sugar Plum Tree poem, here is a deliciously sweet bedtime book from Katherine James that takes young readers across the Lollipop Sea to the Garden of Shut Eye Town where the Sugar Plum Tree grows.
With words and images, the best of picture books draw you into to the story. They lead you into new rooms. Once there, you join the community of children gathering around Miss Rumphuis. And while you listen to her “stories of faraway places,” you help
From author Stephen Butler comes an artistically original series, The Adventures of Princess Victoria and Prince William. This first installment, The Blueberry Bush, sets out to remind us “sometimes too much of a good thing isn’t so good.”
This is the incredibly endearing story of a little girl who, after a trip to the farmer's market with her parents, comes home with a squash. When she begins treating the squash as a pet—complete with a drawn on face—Mom realizes that her plans for
I've been wanting to share this for a couple of weeks now, the late and great James Gandolfini reading a TCBR absolute favorite, In the Night Kitchen, written by the late and great Maurice Sendak. What a rare treat! Thank you to Sharon Levin of
We’re over the moon to have Gayle Brandeis visit TCBR. Gayle is a powerhouse mama, writer, activist, teacher, and all-around lovely person. We’re grateful to her for sharing her family’s favorite books with us.
In case you're looking for some new books to spice up your "Books that Celebrate Hanukkah" collection, here are two titles that we think you'll love reading (and cooking with) as you celebrate the Festival of Lights.
We’re very pleased to share Caroline Grant’sFive Family Favorites with you. We’ve been reading her delightful food stories and recipes on her blog Learning to Eat for years. And we’re eagerly awaiting the forthcoming book based on it, The Cassoulet Saved Our Marriage: True Tales of Food, Family, and How We Learn to Eat. Caroline is editor-in- chief of Literary Mama, a fantastic magazine and resource for mothers to return to for inspiration. She’s also the editor of another fascinating anthology Mama, PhD. Thanks to Caroline and her family for sharing their favorite books with us. They have made us hungry for more!