There is plenty of great descriptions with the epic series of Harry Potter and Middle Earth. Have a read and see what you think. A great way to try and emulate to improve your writing or just read.
A list of the best narrative nonfiction books for children, which are emphasized in the curriculum of the common core. Kindergarten through 6th grade. Includes reviews by a children’s librarian.
Picture books with short stories hold great appeal for kids. The fox and the crow fable is a popular such tale—here you can read it with pictures.
The Burrowers is a children's book about tiny people living in secret in a house. They survive by "borrowing" food and other items from the big people in the house.
This children's book title by the author of Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs is a raucously funny work of visual humor. Read my review and pair this books with other thematically related children's picture books.
Do the wooden headed puppet and Adam have something in common? The author of Pinoccio must have thought so.
Children’s literature has evolved through the generations from oral story-telling to modern child-centered stories. In ancient times children did not have their own stories, they listened to stories intended for...
What every aspiring chrildren's book author needs to know before hiring an artist to illustrate their work.
Tyrannosaurus Drip is another great book from the amazing Julia Donaldson, joined by illustrator David Roberts. In this hub I will suggest some activities to accompany the book.
Printable games that teachers, book club leaders and librarians can use for the book Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life by James Patterson. Name game, trivia, drawing game (like Pictionary.)