Tagged with " Caldecott winner"
Laura Vaccaro Seeger began her adult career as an animator and illustrator, although as a child she was a dedicated [...]
We frequently hear about the importance of reading aloud to children in terms of learning to read, and we know [...]
EXTRA! EXTRA! BREAKING NEWS! And the medal goes to….. This Is Not My Hat by Jon Klassen! Congratulations! Also, [...]
Jerry Pinkney is an accomplished author and illustrator who has illustrated over 100 children’s books. He is well-known for his [...]
Anger and frustration are difficult feelings for children to move through, and every parent and teacher has experienced high voltage [...]
For preschoolers who have a little bit of experience with classic tales, there is delight in tweaking the story for a [...]
Find these books and lots of others at the Nashville Public Library! Busy Busy City Street by Cari Meister, illustrated by [...]
For those of us who grew up as gleeful co-conspirators with Max and Micky, and who were empowered by Ida [...]
Swirl by Swirl: Spirals in Nature written by Joyce Sidman, illustrated by Beth Krommes Spirals draw you in…as does this exquisitely [...]
Thank You, World by Alice B. McGinty; illustrated by Wendy Anderson Halperin The simple joy of being a child is [...]
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