In this light-hearted middle-grade novel, a southern “Rebel” digs into her heritage with surprising and enlightening results.
Back Porch Book Chat: a casual conversation about books on our virtual back porch. Today’s topic: enjoying the public library with Lou Hunley.
The ordeal of Jeremiah Denton in the “Hanoi Hilton” is not for the squeamish, but stands as a witness to courage and faith
This biography of Virginia Hall for young people tells the little-known story of a daring World War II spy.
A new nonfiction series features puzzling and deadly cases cracked by the FBI.
The latest in the You are Not Small series, We Are (Not) Friends is a perfect read for new readers heading back to school.
By their wacky misunderstandings, the “Invention Hunters” help kids understand basic principles of applied science.
Sally Lloyd Jones shares the basics of book-writing with simple advice that works for any age.
Yesterday I introduced a set of books that impressed me as a child, and I appreciate them more now as a parent and home educator. …
I remember the first book that taught me to love poetry as a child. “Antonio, Antonio,” by Laura E. Richards, was in the second volume …