Would having 32 kid-friendly parts-of-speech and grammar titles at your fingertips be handy? Look no further! These titles come from collections created by four authors we recommend.
We were asked to provide a quality collection of 25 titles for an Early Childhood conference this month. We sent 25 titles, but were ready with 35 more! Here are all 60 recommended titles. Here’s a handout we gave to conference attendees. Please share it with your Early Childhood parents and teachers!
This month’s 12 (mostly) biographies represent many walks of life and periods of time—most interestingly, some of their paths could have crossed. Their stories challenge us to live a story worth writing about. (Check out our History’s Stories pages to find these stories and more arranged chronologically.) Winnie: The True Story of the Bear Who […]
This month we highlight 12 nonfiction titles for a variety of ages. Some are novel in their approach to conveying information, while others inspire by exquisite writing, sound reasoning, or well-balanced visual design and historical retelling. Feathers: Not Just for Flying by Melissa Stewart, illustrated by Sarah S. Brannen (Random House, 2014) Publisher Summary Young […]
If You Wish by Kate Westerlund, illustrated by Robert Ingpen (Independent Pub Group, 2014) Publisher Summary A strange man and a flying horse teach Willow that when she re-reads a book her imagination can show her brand new stories…This marvelous fantasy, illustrated by the internationally acclaimed Robert Ingpen, will have children re-reading their favorite stories […]
The Rumor by Monique Felix (Chronicle, 2011) Publisher Summary Word travels quickly through a peaceful village when a hungry beast is spotted in the hills. Some say he has ears that can hear a potential meal from a mile away! Others declare that his stink is enough to kill you with just one whiff! Still […]
Courage by Bernard Waber (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2002) Publisher Summary What is courage? Certainly it takes courage for a firefighter to rescue someone trapped in a burning building, but there are many other kinds of courage too. Everyday kinds that normal, ordinary people exhibit all the time, like “being the first to make up after […]