Kids Book Trends on The Children’s Book Review | March 2019
The Children’s Book Review | March 29, 2019
10 Trending Kids’ Book and Literacy Articles
From book reviews and lists for all ages to literacy tips and book giveaways, here’s the top ten list of kids books and literacy articles that have been trending on The Children’s Book Review . . .
With Maturity Developing And A Wide Range Of Reading Abilities Among Preteens And Tweens, Middle Grade Novels (Books For Ages 9 And Up) Begin To Soar With Well-Developed Fantastical Worlds, A Gentle Increase In The Complexities Of Social And Emotional Plot Developments, Smaller Fonts, And More Pages.
Did You Know That You Could Boost Your Preschool Or Elementary Child’s Intelligence Simply By Ensuring That Reading Books Is A Part Of Their Day-To-Day Life?
Reading to our kids has never been more important than now. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends through policy that pediatricians consult parents on the importance of reading aloud to children during the early years. A jump-start on reading is a jump-start on language comprehension.
These books are like finding a little pot of gold at the end of the rainbow … they are wonderful choices for helping children (not to mention adults) understand that they hold the power within themselves to maneuver their way through the inevitable ups and downs of life.
Choose five of our family’s favorite children’s books? Impossible! … But here are a few we all agreed brought amazing memories, and that we feel every child should know.
Peter Bunzl, the author of Cogheart, shares five of his favorite steampunk stories.
We’re ready to dazzle you with the young adult book picks that we carefully select to feature from the 4,800+ books published for teens each year. You’ll find books in the following subjects: Fantasy: Supernatural Fiction, Myths & Legends, Romance, Memoirs, and Non-Fiction.
Picture books help develop story sense. Children learn the beginning, middle and end of a story and can often relate to the age-appropriate issues and conflicts presented in a picture book.
Which five words best describe Saving Winslow?
Sharon Creech: Gentle, funny, Creechian, sincere, poignant (it feels odd to describe my own book this way. . . Maybe these are attributes that I hope readers will find in the book.)
A funny chapter book, inspiring non-fiction, a wordless graphic novel, a diverse selection of characters, magical realism, historical fiction, a bunch of middle grade debuts, and a little fantasy are what you will find in this list of 35 brilliant books for kids ages 6 through 14.