March is Women’s History Month. To help you celebrate, here are some recently released books that celebrate women’s accomplishments.
Browsing: ages 6 and up
The Stuff Between The Stars: How Vera Rubin Discovered Most of the Universe tells the discovery of dark matter.
Learn how the Statue of Liberty belongs to all Americans in Let Liberty Rise!: How America’s Schoolchildren Helped Save the Statue of Liberty.
Dr. Nick Crumpton and Lily Snowden Fine are back with their latest Curious Questions About Your Favorite Pets book, Why Do Cats Meow?
Volcanoes explode into your living room in Pop-Up Volcano! by Fleur Daugey, illustrator Tom Vaillant, and paper engineer Bernard Duisit
Exquisite: The poetry and Life of Gwendolyn Brooks is a picture book biography of the first Black person to win the Pulitzer prize.
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.
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.
As more civil rights stories are told on a bigger stage, the greater the understanding of injustices becomes. Ride to Remember is one such story.
There are a number of charming picture book books out that are perfect for celebrating Valentine’s Day with the one you love.