The Kid’s World Factbook is sort of like a paired down almanac. It’s a dense book that features black-and-white facts and maps.
Browsing: ages 7-12
I Survived: The Galveston Hurricane, 1900, by Lauren Tarshis, follows a child through America’s deadliest disaster.
March is Women’s History Month. To help you celebrate, here are some recently released books that celebrate women’s accomplishments.
National Geographic Kids has added Beginner’s U.S. Atlas 2020, Kids U.S. Atlas 2020 and Kids Almanac 2021 to its lineup.
The Sewer Rat Stink follows Geronimo Stilton and his best friend Hercule as they head into the underground sewer world to investigate a stinky smell.
A family learns to love the outdoors with the help of their dog in Meg Rosoff and Grace Easton’s early chapter book McTavish Goes Wild.
It’s time for another round of In Case You Missed It, MG Edition. These are books I received but was unable to review because of time constraints
Jasmine Green Rescues is a fun — new to the US — early chapter series that will appeal to young animal lovers and their parents alike.
In Weird Little Robots, written by Carolyn Crimi and illustrated by Corinna Luyken, friendship is forged through robots, and a little magic.
Since 1981, Claudia Mills has written more than 50 books for children. Her latest chapter book is Nixie Ness, Cooking Star.