Join us on this virtual book tour for Jolene: Adventures of a Junk Food Queen! Co-authors Alexa Palmer and Catharine Kaufman encourage better eating.
From the team that gave us Running of the Noses comes another fun story to help readers overcome their medical anxieties, The Difference Between Needles.
This would be an excellent book to read in class with a group of students, especially if someone there has life-threatening allergies.
Tales of a Traveling Nurse: Is This My Home? is a picture book that focuses on the work and adventures of traveling pediatric nurse Nanette.
In this interview, we talk about Laura Smentana’s picture book, Ice Cream with Grandpa: A Loving Story for Kids about Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
Ice Cream with Grandpa: A Loving Story for Kids about Alzheimer’s and Dementia is a comforting and supportive text to help kids understand changes.
Jarvis shares why he makes art, his inspirations and the process for creating the visually stunning picture book, The Boy with Flowers in His Hair.
There are a lot of books for kids about snot, but not so many that combine humor, instruction, and great storytelling the way Running of the Noses does.
The Radium Girls: Young Readers’ Edition: The Scary but True Story of the Poison that Made People Glow in the Dark is gripping and deeply inspiring.
There are many small things we can do that we hope will have a significant and positive impact on our children’s mental, social and emotional wellbeing.