This is a review of a charming, astounding children's book that inspires creativity and imagination and may be overlooked but is genius in it's simplicity. A must have for any children's library.
Self-actualization means you, getting to know you, and what you can do. Self-help means once you know what you're capable of doing, you must help yourself do it!
New York City at Christmas offers an adventure for Claris, an adorable little mouse. Fashion is an interesting side theme of this adorable picture book. Young girls will be enchanted with the fashion theme. A burgler and a surprise ending create a delightful Christmas adventure for Claris.
Here is an illustrated short story "The Clever Rabbit and the Foolish Lion." Short stories with pictures and morals to discuss are popular with young children and their parents.
I was recently hired to write a poem as the rhyming text for a children's picture book. I thought I'd share this satisfying experience and hopefully encourage other poets to try exploring this avenue.
Children's picture books featuring quilts capture the essence of home, heritage, family, and community. There is nothing quite like the heart-warming story featuring a quilter who lovingly passes the tradition to a younger generation. The children's books recommended in this article feature stories...
I used this list of engaging read-aloud children's picture books as a story time presenter at my local library. The recommended children's picture books are selected because they will keep most children's attention.
I have some experience in children’s picture books and would love to share the parameters with you. Children’s books fall into one of several categories. Here's how to create a picture book.
Wonderful Chinese Culture books for any library. Especially good for adopted children.
A look at Summer Song by Kevin Henkes and Laura Dronzek, Southwest Sunrise by Nikki Grimes and Wendell Minor, Cherry Blossoms and Paper Planes by Jeff Aerts and Sanne te Loo, Shakespeare's The Tempest by Georghia Ellinas and Jane Ray, and Already a Butterfly by Julia Alvarez and Raúl Colón.