Round is a Tortilla by Roseanne Greenfield Thong, and John Parra

Tweet Round Is a Tortilla is a picture book that helps kids learn shapes as well as a few words in Spanish. Written by Roseanne Greenfield Thong, the story follows two Latino children as they dance, cook, play games, read … Continue reading

Book Review: Flight 1-2-3 by Maria van Lieshout

Tweet Flight 1-2-3 by Maria van Lieshout is a great picture book to give to kids before going on a trip that involves an airplane. Each page covers some part of the trip plus a number. At the beginning it … Continue reading

Book Review: Flora and the Flamingo by Molly Idle

Tweet Flora and the Flamingo by Molly Idle is a picture book in the purest sense: there are only pictures, no words. But the pictures tell a great story of a little girl named Flora who wants to be graceful … Continue reading

Book Review: Poopendous by Artie Bennett and Mike Moran

Tweet It’s true: little kids love to talk about poop. Parents can help them channel that attraction, and get them talking and laughing and learning abut poop all at the same time with the help of a new picture book … Continue reading

Book Review: When Thunder Comes: Poems for Civil Right Leaders by J. Patrick Lewis

Tweet Children’s Poet Laureate J. Patrick Lewis has created a new book of poems for young people about the lives of those around the world who sought to break race, class and sexual equality barriers through their actions. When Thunder … Continue reading

Book Review: Isabella Girl on the Go by Jennifer Fosberry and Mike Litwin

Tweet Jennifer Fosberry and Mike Litwin, who brought us My Name Is Not Isabella, have added a new adventure for spunky, purple-haired Isabella. In Isabella: Girl on the Go, she is an explorer discovering some of the great places of … Continue reading

Book Review: My Name Is Not Alexander, Story by Jennifer Fosberry & Pictures by Mike Litwin

Tweet As a follow up to her delightful picture book, My Name Is Not Isabella, where a little girl dreamed about being like famous women in history, author Jennifer Fosberry has turned her attention to famous men and a little … Continue reading

Book Review: More Bears! Written by Kenn Nesbitt and Illustrated by Troy Cummings

Tweet Kenn Nesbitt is a master storyteller for kids. If you’re familiar with his silly rhymes and wacky poetry, and even if you’re not, you’ll want to check out his book for the youngest readers, More Bears! The book opens … Continue reading

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