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 …
Superlative Birds is a “Guiness Book of World Records” for our feathered friends, with a fun poetry angle.
Sparky & Spike is about a boy and his dog and the genesis of the world’s best-loved comic strip.
Don’t Blame the Mud introduces children to the concept of indwelling sin in a way that they can relate to and grasp.