52 books I read in 2019 that are worth reading - one book for each week of the year. You might also enjoy my 2018 book list. You'll also find great family friendly book lists on my Great Family Reads blog. 52 Books Worth Reading I enjoy books, but finding time to read can be a challenge. I'm raising four kids, running a home, running this blog, and teaching middle … [Read more...] about 52 Books Read in 2019 That Are Worth Reading
Are you looking for a good book to read? Check out this list of 52 books to read. Each book was selected from a (slightly) longer list of books I read in 2018. Read Also: Books Read in 2019 52 Books to Read Growing up, I always described myself as a non-reader, but I'm guessing that's a lie of you read 52 books in a year. Actually more than that, but these are … [Read more...] about 52 Books to Read
Kids learn so much by reading non-fiction stories! Learn why we need non fiction books for kids, and discover a non fiction picture book about Chuck Yeager. Last week I got to interview Duke University professor turned picture book author Alan W. Biermann as part of the book tour for his new non-fiction picture book, Chuck Yeager Goes Supersonic. This engaging and … [Read more...] about Why Kids Need Non-Fiction Picture Books
Multicultural Children's Book Day is a wonderful day to celebrate the world's diversity, while encouraging the publication of more books that reflect the world's population. Read your world! What Is Multicultural Children's Book Day? Multicultural Children’s Book Day (1/27/18) is in its 5th year! It was founded by Valarie Budayr from Jump Into A Book and Mia … [Read more...] about Celebrating Multicultural Children’s Book Day in 2018!
Children's books deal with every aspect of life, including childhood grief and anxiety. A review of two books published in 2017 that handle these topics admirably. Note: I received review copies of both books featured in this post. All opinions are my own. Using Books to Help Children Cope with Anxiety Most children feel at least some anxiety, and for many … [Read more...] about Using Children’s Literature to Address Childhood Grief and Anxiety