Notes From a Children's Librarian: An April (Foolish) Book List
An eclectic list of books about pranks, hoaxes, and tricksters.
Notes From a Children's Librarian: Valentine’s Day Picture Books
Special picks for Kindergarten and Grade One.
Notes From a Children's Librarian: On Activism
Children, like everyone, are all too aware of bad news and the state of the world right now. These books might give kids a sense of agency in the face …
Notes From a Children's Librarian: Islamic Culture
From Ramadan to Eid, to prayer, to the hijab—myriad aspects of Muslim life are depicted in these picture books, nonfiction texts, poetry and short stories. …
Notes from a Children's Librarian: The Mooncake Festival
East and Southeast Asian families come together in mid-Autumn to celebrate the Mooncake Festival and give thanks for the harvest.
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Physics with Chris Ferrie
At first glance, "The Everyday Science Academy" series, by Chris Ferrie, appears to be for very young children. But the series brilliantly simplifies …
Notes from a Children’s Librarian: Satisfying Endings
How do you create a sense of satisfaction in a story’s finale? The following books pull it off!
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Books on Jewish Heritage
Compelling stories showcasing Jewish Heritage to be enjoyed by readers of all ages.
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Stories for Asian Heritage Month
Great picture books celebrating Asian heritage.
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Life Sciences
Celebrate Earth Day with these fun and inspiring picture books.
Great writers from across the country sit down with us to talk about their books, and the stories behind them.
Indie booksellers from coast to coast tell us the books they can't stop recommending to their customers.
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Our resident children's librarian columnist chooses books by theme for children of all ages.
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