Young readers say goodnight to woodland animals in Karen Jameson and Marc Boutavant’s picture book, Woodland Dreams.
Browsing: ages 3 & up
Music brings a community together in artist Lucy Morris’ georgeous new picture book, The Song for Everyone.
Learn how to read and spell through poems and humor in The B on Your Thumb, by Colette Hiller and Tor Freeman.
Sometimes a Wall…, by Dianne White and Barroux, explores the physical and metaphorical walls we build within our communities.
A little car finds the courage to take to the open road in Sue Lowell Gallion and Lisa Manuzak’s All Except Axle.
You Might Find Yourself, by Tai Snaith, asks young readers to look at all the possibilities their imaginations offer.
What’s Worrying You? is a book about helping children understand worries, and teaching them what to do when they feel overwhelmed.
If you and your kids have had enough with “home school,” one, or all, of these books from Candlewick Press might be a good middle ground for your family.
It’s time for another round of In Case You Missed It. These are picture books I received for review but was unable to review because of time constraints.
Easter is still a few weeks away, but with delivery times taking longer due to the Covid-19 pandemic, you should order your Easter books now.