If you’re looking for good options for your new reader, look no further than Bling! and Mythical Beasts readers from National Geographic Kids.
Browsing: Early Reader
In time for Black History Month, these books are great ways to learn about the Black community’s past, present and hopes for the future.
Ask questions with Ada Twist in a new nonfiction early reader series, The Why Files: Exploring Flight, by Andrea Beaty & Dr. Theanne Griffith.
A lonely doll helps a girl adjust to family changes in Book Buddies: Ivy Lost and Found, by Cynthia Lord and Stephanie Graegin.
In A Discovery of Dragons, author Lindsay Gavin imagines a different sort of find during Charles Darwin’s expedition to the Galapagos Islands.
I jumped at the chance to read/review the Lottie Perkins series written by Katrina Nannestad and illustrated by Makoto Koji.
Kyla May’s Diary of a Pug: Pug Blasts Off has opened a new world of books for me, and more importantly, my 5-year-old daughter.
Jane Yolen’s latest Ready-to-Read book, School of Fish, embraces all the emotions young children experience on the first day of school.
Sleeping Bear Press’ new series for early readers features Tip and Tucker, two hamsters that find a home in a school classroom.