February is Black History Month. I’m not always great at putting together lists, but this is a topic that always feel like it deserves one.
How Nature Works – Two Cool Books about Natural Selection
One thing that stays pretty standard when you see kids go through a school library is that they love books about animals, especially dangerous ones.
Absolutely Everything – A Truly Readable History Book
When I was younger, I recall that a lot of history was taught as memorizing dates and very specific events. That never captured my attention.
A Hide-and-Seek book, Paris Style
My younger daughter is obsessed with all things Paris. I am not sure how this love affair started, but it is fun to watch it
Dr. Jo – an Unknown Hero in Infant Health
The children’s book industry is brimming with great titles about women in science and other fields who have made an impact in the way that
Discovering Jane Austen
Children today do not often read the classics. Not in the same way they were encouraged and assigned when I was younger. But some classics
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