Playing even a small part in a child’s reading journey is an awesome opportunity, says ‘Busy Builders, Busy Week!’ author Jean Reidy.
Browsing: ages 2 & up
Two books about feelings have made their way into our reading lineup — “Lionheart,” by Richard Collingridge, and “All My Treasures,” by Jo Witek.
I’m always excited when I get an email from the publicists at IPG. Their books are often more unique than the usual fare. “Legs: The Tale of a Very Small Meerkat” and “Missing Jack” are no different.
“Calling All Cars” is bright with text that rolls right off your tongue. Sue Fliess packs a lot into her text and Sarah Beise’s illustrations are charming.
“How to Mend a Heart” by Sara Gillingham aims to help children identify and cope with the first moments of heartbreak.
ICYMI (In case you missed it) looks at books that have already been released. This time we’re looking at “What A Hoot,” “Counting Dogs” and “How Tiger Says Please.”