Dust off their little libraries and create some new interest in the world of books! We all know how important it is to read to our children, or have them read … so it’s never too late to instill in them a lifelong love of learning.
These new and noteworthy picks are also a perfect Easter Basket Filler !
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Love by Matt De La Pena
“So when the time comes for you to set off on your own, heavy winds will sweep past your building, and great gray clouds will congregate above. Your loved ones will stand there like puddles beneath their umbrellas, holding you tight and kissing you and wishing you luck.” De La Pena, Matt. Love. New York: 2018
#1 New York Times Bestseller highlights the power and importance of love in a child’s life. Beautiful Images, Beautiful Message.
We’re All Wonders by R.J. Palacio
We’re All Wonders focuses on every child’s desire to belong and appreciated for who they are on the INSIDE. No better way or time for parents to discuss with their children the importance of compassion and kindness.
A Book With No Pictures by B.J. Novak
No pictures ? My kids will hate it!
This #1 New York Times Bestseller is anything but boring, in fact kids beg to read it over and over for one reason … It’s makes them LAUGH!
Find out why this silly book is flying off the shelves!
She Persisted by Chelsea Clinton
While a message from Chelsea Clinton may at first glance seem all too political — the inspiration here is for all the little women in our lives. Let your voice be heard, even if no one seems to be listening.
The Wild Robot by Peter Brown
Can a robot survive in the wilderness?
Robot Roz discovers she is alone on a remote island and has no clue how or why she is there. The only way to survive is to adapt and learn from her new surroundings – but when her robot past comes back to haunt her – the clash of nature and technology provides yet another obstacle.
Awesome Science Expirements for Kids by Crystal Chatterton
With over 100, easy-to-follow, STEAM experiments – Chatterton’s book teaches kids how to apply the scientific method. Science, technology, engineering, art and math can be tough subject to get your kids excited about – but with this hands-on approach, learning has never been so fun!
Little Blue Truck’s Springtime by Alice Schertle
Ages Baby – 2
Little Blue Truck is back and the Beep! Beep! Beep!-ing never gets old! Babies and Toddlers will love the springtime images and especially lifting the flaps to see who or what is behind them.
Indestructibles: Things That Go! by Amy Pixton
Ages Baby – 2
The vibrant, full-colored images in this book will be a visual feast for your little one – while you read to them about the many vehicles that Go!
The Indestructible part ? Indestructibles are books made with nontoxic, unique material that are designed to withstand the elements when it comes to babies – ripping, spitting up, chewing, you name it!