As the year wraps up, there’s excitement in the air. A new crop of books is waiting to be read in the new year. With
Picture books that gently address the issues of grief and loss are a tremendous resource to help families navigate such difficult times, especially during holidays when the absence of a beloved family member is keenly felt by all.
The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch and Illustrated by Michael Martchenko has to be my favorite fractured fairy tale. Published in 1980, in at
Check out these great new picture books coming your way in November! Not a Bean by Claudia Guadalupe Martinez and Laura Gonzalez I absolutely adore
One of the standard ways that publishers promote their new books is through online or print reviews that are widely read. Reviews like those here
I recommend GIRLS OF PAPER AND FIRE not only as a compelling, gorgeously written YA novel, but also as an exceptional world building mentor text.
I just *love* spooky middle grade novels, so when I was offered a chance to read THE GRAVE DIGGER by Rebecca Bischoff, I leapt at
THE JADE DRAGONBALL beautifully blends fantasy, various points of view and different times in history. Fast paced, entertaining, and well written, it’s kind of adventure
October has three more amazing debuts coming your way by New in Nineteen authors.
Of Fire and Stars, Of Ice and Shadows and Inkmistress by Audrey Coulthurst all take place in a long ago faraway kingdom with magic –
“‘Okay,’ I said.It didn’t feel totally okay, but I guessed there wasn’t much to be done. And like Jasper said, sometimes you couldn’t make the
The Many Colors of Harpreet Singh by Supriya Kelkar and Alea Marley There is so much to love! Harpreet has a different colored patka for