You worked hard to help your child learn to read. You watched their love of reading grow. So what do you do when your child stops reading?
Co-host Katey Howes discusses School Librarian of the Year nominations, The One and Only Bob, four fantastic new nonfiction titles to delight and disgust you, and thoughts on the Thanksgiving narrative.
Upcycle egg cartons and odds and ends from your art supplies to create your own masks. Perfect for readers’ theater, independent play, or decorating a book display – make your masks colorful, creepy, or anything in between!
Just in time for Halloween, discover a wide range of children’s books about Baba Yaga – the infamous Russian witch – and her special brand of magical mayhem!
Take a peek behind the creative curtain with author Adam Rubin and find out what inspires him, where he goes to write, and how he combats his arch enemy: procrastination. 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.
In The Storyteller, a young boy uses the power of oral storytelling to share a miracle with his neighbors. Lauren Davis explains how we can bring such miracles even closer to home by making oral storytelling part of our children’s bedtime routine.