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As parents, we want to instill messages in our children’s mind that they will remember forever. Those messages are the values and keys to life they will carry with them into the real world. Did you know that children’s books can be used as a tool to raise good humans? To have conversations with our kids that matter most? Join us on this journey as we spotlight talented authors and their beautiful books. Books that act as tools to create dialogue and bond with our children. Learn how to walk ...
 
Listen to the stories of a child, then add your own ending. In addition to fun, this collaborative storytelling podcast and free coloring pages (created by a eight-year old girl and her dad) is an educational blend of playful learning and technology designed to help children, their parents, and educators around the world enhance their communication skills. So visit My Baby Monsters and become part of the story as you learn through kids' stories and imagination.
 
The brand new podcast for those in the world of publishing! Chapter and Verse - The Art of Selling Children’s Books will be hosted by children's editor at The Bookseller, Charlotte Eyre. Twice a month, Charlotte will be joined by a different author who will share their story with us and discuss a challenge in line with their upcoming title. From reaching out to LGBTQ+ teens to introducing an adult author to the children's audience, we will be sharing ways to get books into the hands of all c ...
 
Your Children’s Bookshelf is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing FREE children’s books through our Donors and Program Partners to families and children; encouraging the love of reading, fostering literacy and education. It was sparked and inspired by published children’s author Mary Jane Miller, whose life was marked by the love of reading, writing, and family. Mary Jane’s incredible connection to children and caregivers is woven through her stories and her family. Here on our Po ...
 
How do you know a good book when you see it? What books are really worth reading? The purpose of this conversation is to help mothers and fathers identify books that will liberate their children to embrace truth, goodness, and beauty. We’ll be pondering questions of life and lifestyle as we seek to become people who live deeply and read deeply, drawing our children into the adventure of reading and living.
 
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My Parents Won’t Stop Talking! is the perfect intersection of art and story in a picture book about patience, perception, and creativity. This is as silly as it is funny as it is creative and deep. Any kid who is four or older will love this picture book and completely understand it.
 
The Sweetest Scoop is a picture book on Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, the flavors, their business, the ethics, and walking the walk. It manages to be entertaining, educational and teach multiple lessons, all without raising a wary eyebrow from those young readers (or adults) who are just looking for a great book.…
 
Baseball Around the World takes a look at the game through 13 countries, how it got there, famous players and more. It's a disarming book that doesn't offend those who don't know the game, yet adds details to those who know lots about it. This is done by dozens upon dozens of blurbs, a wide variety of illustrations, photographs and graphics.…
 
A Dinosaur Named Ruth is the story that you think that you know, but instead is a patient tale about knowing what you have. This is an illustrated book that ages four and up will love, but also has lessons for those middle and upper elementary readers who love to discover things.
 
Classic Adventures Treasure Island presents the classic book in an intelligent way for ages seven and up to experience on their own. This imprint from Starry Forest Books doesn't get in the way of kids wanting to read them. They're engaging and bring an abbreviated version of the classics that doesn't baby the content down, yet presents it in a way…
 
We are delighted to be reading these books with you and your family during the weeks of summer! These books are worth reading and reflecting on, giving us opportunities to have meaningful conversations with our children. All six of the selected books share two common themes. They all take place around water, either the sea or a river. And, in all s…
 
This episode discusses Aja's inspiring Plane Jane series. We hear all about Jane working through both confidence and doubt, obstacles and opportunities to build her own plane and reach new heights. Aja Dorsey Jackson is a Baltimore-based author, editor and mother of three. After writing several books as a ghostwriter, she published her first book, …
 
Can you mix Shakespeare and kids? When was the last time you read or watched the Bard? Do you have a community of readers to read Shakepeare with? to read Shakespeare for? Can you create a community of Shakespeare appreciators with your children? Charity dives into quality retellings of William Shakespeare which are suitable for children, especiall…
 
This episode discusses Etaine's beautiful book on the power of our unique differences. We chat about the importance of inclusiveness, Etaine's roots and Irish proverbs, and her artistry which shines through the entire book! Etaine Raphael is the author-illustrator of The Rhyme-Time Twins series, which has just begun! She was born and raised in Wash…
 
This episode discusses Sari's impeccable ability to make us laugh while providing thought-provoking content-- all in one children's book! Since her appearance, she has extended her Robotastic series with 'Robotastic: Jake and the Giant Beach.' Although we do not discuss that book in this episode (which aired live a few months ago)-- it is available…
 
As part of an on-going initiative, Charity Hill reviews children's books. Here, she reviews The Giver by Lois Lowry, the Newbery Winner in 1994. Charity traces the plot from its utopian presentation through Jonas' discovery of his community's dystopianism, to Jonas' dramatic escape. Charity proposes that this story can instigate marvelous questions…
 
In this episode, we discuss humor as a tool for parenting. We discuss how humor allows our children to play with words and discover new ways to view the world. While this episode has many many hilarious moments, we also discuss the importance of diversity in books and the barriers that exist for Black and Brown authors. Jacob Eckeberger is a first-…
 
As a mother of a young Black daughter, author Kimberly Davis-Peters realized how most children’s books lacked diversity. Wanting a different experience from her own growing up for her daughter Ellie, Kimberly utilized a common occurrence for parents as inspiration for her debut children’s book, “Ellie & The Rainy Day.” What could have been another …
 
There is an ethical elephant in the room! There is a lot more to The Keeper series than waht usually gets talked about. Charity offers us Sydney Rosenberger's thoughtful and friendly critique of the Keeper of the Lost Cities series. Rosenberger, a children's librarian, contacted Charity after Charity reviewed the first book of the Keeper of the Los…
 
Tiffany Obeng is an attorney, wife, and mother. The latter accomplishment is what inspired the current book series, Andrew's "Career Day" Series. The book series explores various careers and makes career-day ANY day and EVERY day. Every book's lasting message is: You are never too young to aspire to be anything you want to be! Andrew loves to read …
 
As part of an ongoing initiative, Charity Hill reviews books. In this episode, Charity review's Peter Brown's The Wild Robot. Charity explains what makes this imaginative and creative book so fascinating. She asks us to think about and talk to our children about the larger questions framing the story: What is the difference between living and non-l…
 
Children's book author and fellow podcast host, Lisa Jacovsky, joins us to discuss her Let's Talk! Series. Lisa is a child development specialist and Doctoral Level student at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She works with children under the age of 3 with cognitive and developmental delays, sometimes with a diagnosis of Autism Spectr…
 
Children's book author, Alexis Wyatt, joins us to discuss her book 31 Affirmations to a Brown Child. Check out the book: https://amzn.to/3tEybCm This episode was originally recorded via video on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quinnpc619/videos/4070873609635033 Free gift 🎁 Our simple approach to an enjoyable storytime: https://aidynsbooks.com/en…
 
As part of an ongoing initiative, Charity Hill reviews children's books. In this episode, Charity reviews Shannon Messenger's Keeper of the Lost Cities, Book 1. Charity considers what makes this 500-page middle grade novel such a page turner. What drives such a long book forward, in the eyes of the 10-year olds who read it? Does it have valuable la…
 
Leprechauns are fun, but is there more to Irish literature?! Diving into our Irish inheritance, Charity Hill offers insight into Irish literature. She suggests that what makes Irish literature distinctive is the way it navigates paradoxes. Charity uses Thomas Cahill's How the Irish Saved Civilization: The Untold Story of Ireland's Heroic Role to id…
 
Cookie was feeling sad today. He wanted to be smart but felt lost in the crowd. He could not figure out what he was good at. But all changed for him on the day of the "create something original" assignment. He learned that he was creative and smart. He also learned that everyone is smart in their way and good at different things. Come let's go on a…
 
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