Share this Post First, I have a quick announcement and an opportunity to do something really kind. Some of you may have heard the story about the Pleasant Run Elementary …
For author Andrea Davis Pinkney, it started with a swirl of words that fluttered up among the frosty white, while she flapped her “arm-wings” to make a snow angel.
Share this Post One of the best things about the New Year is the reset that happens when December flips over into January and you have a full twelve months …
The novels we read this year brought readers hope, challenged their perceptions, and illuminated experiences in ways both lasting and affecting. Enjoy our list of the best novels of 2016, as selected by the team at All The Wonders.
What we read in nonfiction picture books can teach us about ourselves, one another, and the world around us. Whether by learning about an historic figure’s contribution to knowledge or well-being, or in the way we are called to take notice of what’s going on outside our window, these books call on us to ask big questions and to listen closely for answers. Enjoy our list of the best nonfiction picture books of 2016, as selected by the team at All The Wonders.
Share this Post 2016 has been a phenomenal year. For middle grade books. (Not so much for anything else, really!) And for me, 2016 has been a standout year not …
Today we’ll discuss why you and your students should consider keeping track of your reading, thoughts about what to track, and then finally a few ideas for different digital or analog ways to track your reading life.
Here’s a collection of cozy, comforting bedtime stories for sleepy (and not-so-sleepy) little readers.
To top off our Week of MS. BIXBY’S LAST DAY, author John David Anderson and editor Jordan Brown share an exclusive, unofficial soundtrack for Ms. Bixby, Brand, Topher, and Steve and the connections they share.
Continuing our Week of MS. BIXBY’S LAST DAY, Jess Townes shares her thoughts on John David Anderson’s novel and the true meaning of “carnation days.”