Book Review: Crow Not Crow by Jane Yolen and Adam Stemple

Tweet When children know how to name the things they see in the world around them, it can be an important part of understanding how they fit into that world. Birds can be robins, crows, chickadees, or many other types. … Continue reading

Book Review: Peaceful Fights for Equal Rights by Rob Sanders

Tweet Rob Sanders’ picture book, Peaceful Fights for Equal Rights, provides a way to talk with young children about activism and how people can choose to peacefully make their voices heard to advocate for justice. It’s also a way to … Continue reading

Book Review: What Can a Citizen Do? by Dave Eggers

Tweet Dave Eggers’ picture book, What Can a Citizen Do?, shows children how they can actively work to make the world around them a better place. Activities showcased include helping a neighbor, joining a cause, planting a tree, help change … Continue reading

Book Review and Giveaway: Bone Soup by Alyssa Satin Capucilli

Tweet Looking for a new Halloween picture book to read with your kids? Comment below to win a copy of this cute story. Just let us know what you like about the concept of people coming together to create something … Continue reading

Book Review: Sylvia Long’s Big Book for Small Children

Tweet Sylvia Long’s Big Book for Small Children is a mash up of classic tales, family recipes, lullabies, and more. It’s pages should provide endless fun for moms and dads to read with their little ones. They will find familiar … Continue reading

Book Review: Goodbye Brings Hello by Dianne White

Tweet Young children are often frightened by the prospect of change, which they may see as uncertain and moving beyond their comfort zone. Dianne White’s picture book, Goodbye Brings Hello, can help them see that change can bring positive things … Continue reading

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