Baby & Toddler
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Helpful Ways to Support Your ADHD Child’s Reading Journey
Dr. Sharon Saline shares some important steps parents can take to help their ADHD child overcome challenges related to reading.
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Baby & Toddler
6 Reasons to Love the Mrs. Peanuckle’s Alphabet Series
There’s a lot to love about the Mrs. Peanuckle’s Alphabet books. Here are six family-approved reasons why it’s a series worth “digging” into.
Read Globally: Books to Introduce Kids and Teens to the History and Culture of Iran
For this installment of our Read Globally series, we’ve gathered a few stories that we hope spark your interest in the people, history, fables, and food of Iran, as well as some contemporary narratives from Iranian authors.
How to Get Kids to Read Nonfiction
With Common Core State Standards top of mind for many educators, nonfiction reading is now more important than ever for kids. Get tips on how to get kids excited about nonfiction.
Just For Fun
23 Book-Inspired Halloween Costumes for Kids and Parents
Whether you’re looking for a Halloween costume for yourself, your elementary schooler, or your baby, there’s something great for every book lover here.
A Printable Educator’s Guide to the Llama Llama Books
Use these Llama Llama-inspired strategies and activities to dive deeper into Anna Dewdney’s series and expand your students’ reading comprehension, critical thinking skills, and emotional development.
9 Funny Children’s Books Starring Silly, Lovable Monsters
Young readers will surely enjoy these side-splitting illustrated stories that brilliantly show off just how funny monsters can be.
Why I Wrote a Middle Grade Novel About a Child Without a Home
When Susin Nielsen began setting pen to paper, she had no idea just how “of the moment” her new middle grade novel, No Fixed Address, would be in 2018.