The first day of school is fast approaching, and some very special children will be first-timers and starting kindergarten.
June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month, and a great way to celebrate this month is by sharing books with your children with LGBTQ+ families. This is a great way to start a conversation with your child, and to celebrate diversity.
First established in 1956, May is National Bike Month, and is sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists. Throughout the month, the league shares information about bicycle safety and the benefits of bicycling. Riding bikes is not only a money saving way to get around, but it is also a great way for children to get exercise! The following books are for children preschool through second grade and celebrate bicycles in their own way.
April 10th is Siblings Day where we celebrate having a brother or sister. This is a great time to talk to children about the meaning of families and siblings, and to share a great book. The following books are great for children who will be new siblings, or who have siblings already.
Spring break is right around the corner, so what better time to read about some road trip travelling? When you are riding in the car for a long time, these books about travel and adventure will be right in your lane. Driving? Be sure to check out some of our audiobooks to listen to while you hit the road! And if you are staying home, these books are a great escape to the open road. Be sure to check out some of these young adult novels that are sure to be quite an adventure.
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December is the perfect time to share hibernation books with your children. The seasons are finally changing, as we start to bundle up, and animals prepare for their long winter nap. Below are some picture books great for younger children-- from toddler to kindergarten.
It’s getting closer to the end of October, and even though the temperature is not much cooler, it’s time to start thinking about your costume and all the candy you will devour for Halloween! Here is a list of spooky reads that will warm your ghoulish heart and get you into the spooky spirit. These young adult books will surely make the werewolf within you howl with glee!
You know that feeling when you have read something amazing but you have no idea what to read after? Will it be as good? Is there anything else like it? And also...how can I find anything else like it?