Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month. The following picture books are just some of the many that celebrate Hispanic cultures.
Browsing: ages 3 & up
These Olive Trees, by Aya Ghanameh explores the Palestinian refugee connection to the land and the olive trees that grew there.
It’s never too soon to help kids learn how to handle emotions. These books are excellent places to start talking about emotional intelligence.
Kids all over the country are gearing up to head back to school. These books will help your students — new and old — get ready a year of learning.
A young Jewish girl finds a way to learn even when she can’t go to school in Rivka’s Presents, by Laurie Wallmark and Adelina Lirius.
June is Pride Month. While these picture books celebrate LGBTQ+ specifically, the messages of acceptance have wide-ranging applications.
The kids in Room 109 want a class plant, but learn exciting things happen when you have The World’s Best Class Plant instead.
Kids are encouraged to get up and move in Hervé Tullet’s new interactive picture book, Tap! Tap! Tap!: Dance! Dance! Dance!
A special friend goes missing after a bath in Helen Yoon’s lovely new picture book, Have You Seen My Invisible Dinosaur?
Mother’s Day is around the corner. Supermoms! and Mommy Time both celebrate all the work moms —animal and human — get done.