Looking for some books to help your family get excited about the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing? Here are some great options for all ages.
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The Astronaut Who Painted the Moon is a fantastic look at Alan Bean, one of the men who changed our view of the moon forever.
Children love animals, and what better way to learn about them than in a book! Here are a bunch of picture books sure to pique young readers’ interest:
Fish and birds and lizards and socks…is there anything Max won’t attack? Watch your ankles and find out in this clever, rhyming picture book.
Even the littlest of littles, love books. They help build vocabulary and help families bond. These books are great fun for newborns and up.
Moon! Earth’s Best Friend is the third book in Stacy McAnulty’s Our Universe series. And, as with the first two books it’s a delight.
It finally feels like spring! The following are some spectacular picture books that will help young readers embrace all nature has to offer.
Having a deep understanding of children is key to creating for them, says Toni Buzzeo, author of the picture book When Sue Found Sue.
We Are (Not) Friends is the fourth book in the charming You Are (Not) Small picture book series by Anna Kang and Christopher Weyant.
I don’t know if you could walk past Button and Bundle without wanting to pick it up — even if you don’t know what it’s about.