It’s the dog days of summer and it’s getting more difficult to get my kids interested in reading. Thankfully, three Minnesota-based publishers are releasing books my teenagers are interested in. These three nonfiction series books are filled with colorful pictures, intriguing sidebars with fun-facts, as well as lists of sources for further learning and discovery.
July 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing and many new books have been published for children on the subject. My son and I have been previewing the advanced reading copies and came up with a list of our favorites.
On the car ride home from a doctor appointment, my son said “Mom, why didn’t you schedule the appointment with a woman doctor? Women doctors seem to know more." In honor of Women’s History Month, here are several books about women in science that will inspire the children in your life.
Providing Windows, Mirrors, Sliding Glass Doors, and Beyond Building a diverse collection of fiction, nonfiction, novels in verse, graphic novels, and biographies can be an overwhelming task. The books need to appeal to a wide variety of students that turn over every few years. Knowing how to spend your budget can be quite daunting. Having … Continue reading Building a Diverse Book Collection