Children’s Books

Carson-Dellosa Publishing provides teachers, parents, and kids with quality educational materials including supplemental books in math, science, social studies, language arts, and early childhood education. They also have interactive digital resources, games, charts, and other […]

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Third grader Stella Batts has completely charmed my children. We’ve read the first two chapter books in the new series from Sleeping Bear Press, and when number three found its way to my house, my […]

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When my kids were little, I loved getting new books from the book fair and sitting on the couch for hours snuggling and reading. The kids were relentless in bringing me book after book to […]

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Jennifer here- I do a lot of shopping and reading online. Don’t get me wrong, I love shopping at physical stores as well, but there is nothing like scoring a great deal online. That is […]

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If you have a son in the 8 to 12 year old age group, chances are you’ve heard of Guys Read, the web-based literacy program created by kidlit guru Jon Scieszka. In addition to the […]

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A friend with an older child once told me about the importance of kids continuing to learn over the summer. As a mom to a toddler and a preschooler, I was quite perplexed; wasn’t summer […]

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The bond between mom and young child makes delightful fodder for picture books. As Mother’s Day approaches, Toni Buzzeo’s adorable new book Stay Close to Mama explores the theme with love and tenderness. A young […]

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Many of my Mother’s Day memories are not about a gift I received or special lunch out, but the special opportunity to reflect upon the gift motherhood is. On my 2nd Mother’s Day, my daughter […]

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I cannot believe that tomorrow is Easter. Where did the Winter go? (Please don’t mistake my disbelief for being upset. I am thrilled beyond measure that Spring is here) One of my favorite holiday traditions […]

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Your kids may be familiar with the names of some baby animals, like kittens and piglets. Sure, those are easy. Bonus points if they know calf or foal. But I’m willing to bet that they […]

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