Children’s Book Trends on The Children’s Book Review | March 2016
The Children’s Book Review | March 8, 2016
With the recent event of Dr Seuss’s birthday, our list “5 Reasons to Love Dr. Seuss” is trending this month on The Children’s Book Review. Other trending articles include hot new books and bestsellers.
10 Kids’ Book Trends on The Children’s Book Review …
The Children’s Book Review presents a guest post by education writer Karen Schweitzer.
There are a number of organizations and sites that provide online activities, teaching tips, and free books for children. Here are 20 sites to explore over the summer.
While these parents are pushing their kids to be on top of the game, they don’t realize that the intensive coaching can be counterproductive and they’re missing out on an important genre, critical in the role of a child’s development—picture books.
Here are five reasons you should love Dr. Seuss, including his absurdity…
Oh wait, wait, wait, am I cut off? So many other favorites!
Once again our best selling picture book from our affiliate store is a wonderful lift-the-flap book: Where Is Baby’s Bellybutton?, by Karen Katz!
Our selection of hot new releases and popular kids’ books has a lot to offer! There is even a new book from the beloved and internationally bestselling author of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, Judith Viorst. Let us know which titles and covers catch your eyes.
Our selection of books picked from the nationwide best selling middle grade list, as they appear on The New York Times, includes Star Wars: The Force Awakens Visual Dictionary. We love the books by super-talents Katherine Applegate and R.J. Palacio!
Once in a while, a picture book comes along and challenges every reader to recalibrate their expectations on what a picture book can deliver and accomplish. The books in this category contain creativity, mindfulness, complexity, masterful illustrations, and arresting inspiration. What Do You Do With An Idea? by Kobi Yamada and illustrated by Mae Besom, is one such picture book.
Don’t miss Liesl Shurtliff’s new dark, humorous stand-alone middle grade novel RED: THE TRUE STORY OF RED RIDING HOOD (on sale April 12, 2016)!