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!
Our Books for Better team has gathered 20 titles for readers of all ages that explore a variety of immigrant and refugee experiences through the eyes of young people.
Literature gives us this valuable gift. Let us all use it to empower our children and raise them to be global citizens. It is not an option; it is essential. It is the only way to ensure that our Statue of Liberty forever stands as a beacon of hope and a symbol of freedom.
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.
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The amazing picture books of 2015 kept us quite busy at Camp All The Wonders, but that didn’t stop us from enjoying some exceptional novels. Here are the year’s chapter books, middle grade novels, and young adult novels that we cannot stop thinking about.