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.
Browsing: ages 4 & up
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.
Yuval Zommer’s The Big Book of Blooms introduces children — and the adults in their lives — to flowering plants from around the world.
A tiny moth aspires to big dreams in Duncan Beedie’s adorable picture book Molly’s Moon Mission. The book is a treat for young readers.
Spring has officially sprung, and it’s time to celebrate. Sure, we’re stuck inside, but these lovely books will help bring the outside in.
From the minute my 5-year-old daughter picked up Chapter Two Is Missing, she was entranced. The picture book a laugh out loud read.
This Lindsay Ward’s Book Is Gray is a not only a book about basic color concepts, but one about exploring friendship and acceptance, too.
Christmas is still more than a month away, so now is the time to celebrate the things we’re thankful for. These are seasonal books sure to delight readers.
October brings falling leaves, pumpkin spice and costumes. The following books for young readers celebrate the spooky season.
Brandon Mull’s latest offering, Smarter Than a Monster, is a cute picture book that many families with small children will find useful.