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.
Four ways to make time for reading, three sports-related middle grade novels in honor of the Olympics, and an answer to a question about what books to recommend for a kid who wants to read something funny.
Leila Sales reveals a real-life person, place, and thing that inspired elements of her newest novel, ONCE WAS A TIME.
Jess Townes introduces us to some innovative teachers and librarians going beyond the book in their summer reading programs. For more on summer reading, listen to the ATW podcast with summer reading champion Kate DiCamillo.
A collection of favorites inspired by the message of Raymie Nightingale, a new novel by Kate DiCamillo.
There are many paths to courage and many ways to find it. Jess Townes explores the theme in Kate DiCamillo’s Raymie Nightingale.
You’re invited! Take a peek inside WORM LOVES WORM, by J.J. Austrian (author) and Mike Curato (illustrator), to learn what makes it such a special picture book.
All The Wonders couldn’t let National Ninja Day pass without adding our own story to the mix. We hope it inspires you to grab some crayons and create your own. But first, behold the power of the animated GIF in our three-part ninja tale!
Celebrate all the wonders of reading while sailing the Seven Seas, or wherever you ARRRH! And don’t forget to celebrate International Talk Like A Pirate Day on September 19th!
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