One of my favorite books growing up was “Best Friend,” by Shirley Simon >> The story explores the concept of friendship from the point of view of a young girl. Making friends, losing friends, what today we’d … Read more >>
After years of my niece telling me I just HAD to read Harry Potter, I finally got it from the library. I was lucky enough to get the edition with Jim Kay’s illustrations, which are terrific.
I … Read more >>
Who doesn’t love a good mystery? Children and adults will delight in the first entry of the Incorrigible Children series and be eager to keep reading through the conclusion, book … Read more >>
by Audrey Penn
Ages: 3-7 years old
The Kissing Hand is a sweet story about a young raccoon struggling with leaving his mom’s side.
Chester Raccoon is about to start school for the first time, but doesn’t want to leave … Read more >>
By Rick Riordan
Ages: 11 years old and up
Percy Jackson is a sixth-grader who is a good kid, but he has ADHD, dyslexia, cannot seem to control his temper, and is not doing well at his boarding school. When … Read more >>
Learning how to handle your child’s emotions can be tough as a parent. Parents often realize that they weren’t taught at a young age to identify and cope with strong emotions. It can be difficult to see your child having … Read more >>