From lyrical picture books and nursery rhymes to novels in verse, here is a list of poetry books for you to share with your readers.
The literature surrounding birds is always growing, whether scientific studies or celebrations of the personal connections that one can find with animals that are, largely, at a distance.
Explore themes of gender creativity and issues surrounding identity.
Celebrate Women’s History Month with biographies for children that highlight a variety of remarkable and determined women.
Food—as sustenance, as cultural artifact, as vocational calling—is intimately explored in these memoirs, all written by women. In one way or another, each of these writers has been deeply affected by food, displaying how food can deepen familial connections as well as provide self-empowerment.
Celebrate Women’s History Month this year with a nonfiction selection for each day. These selections focus on women’s achievements throughout history, from Renaissance rulers to women on the warfront to … Continued
Some children may be interested in learning about the senses by reading informational texts, and some prefer reading picture books centered on a character’s experiences. There are even books with sensory experiences like different textures to touch. Here are six books that explore our senses, all available through Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
Two new releases, both published within the last month, focus on the Black experience in art, centering both Black artists and subjects (see links below). BLK Art: The Audacious Legacy … Continued
Graphic novels remain an incredibly popular format among young readers. Their rich, vivid imagery supports reading comprehension. The text often includes challenging vocabulary. Reluctant readers can find them more approachable … Continued