Whether your little one is too wiggly for bedtime, too worried for lights out, or too full of wondering about the world to fall asleep, we’ve got a bedtime book that might help.
Whether you’re planning a book club menu for tweens, introducing kindergarteners to the library, or hosting a book-themed birthday party, these mini book snacks are edible works of literary brilliance!
Author Lori Richmond discusses the 10th Anniversary of Dot Day, Proper Bookmark Options, a non-fiction poetry book & Raina Telgemeier’s new graphic novel, Guts.
How are you celebrating International Dot Day this year? Here are 16 books that might help you join in and make your mark.
Take a peek behind the creative curtain with author Dev Petty and find out what inspires her, where she goes to write, and her funny superstition. The C.R.E.A.T.E. series explores creativity with children’s book authors and illustrators.
The most important thing you can do to instill and maintain a love of reading in your kids is to MODEL a positive relationship with reading. Here we share 10 simple ways to model a love of reading for your family and get started raising readers.
Author Tracey Baptiste discusses the Brooklyn Book Festival, The Jumbie God’s Revenge, some exciting picture book collaborations, Fraggle Rock, and an author with two new titles out today.
Make a toy school bus from a 64 count crayon box! It’s the perfect activity to pair with back to school books or a vehicle/transportation storytime.
Author Jarod Roselló discusses the Harvey Awards, Dot Day, a new nonfiction book for the young writers in your life, and more!
Whether your young reader is excited or nervous—or a little bit of both!—these outstanding back to school books strike the perfect chord for a harmonious first day of school.