Get your kids ages 5 to 18, reading with book recommendations from these up-to-date summer reading lists for kids. They’re at every grade level from elementary to middle school to high school!! During the school year, start with the grade level your child is currently in. Over the summer, choose books on the grade level they will […]Continue Reading
The Best Children's Books for All Ages
Find good children's books that kids will love to read!
Discover the best of newly published children's books --picture books, middle-grade chapter books, and young adult books as well as curated lists by topics and age.
If you're a parent, teacher, librarian, or grandparent, these children's book recommendations will help you save time and help you easily find the best books for your kids.
First, I want to highlight some quick links so you'll have a place to start.
Matching good books with readers is my favorite thing to do. So if you don't find what you're looking for, try the search bar or email me!
Just like you, I want your kids and students to fall in love with books, improve their reading skills, and develop a life long love of reading.
Give the gift of reading with a book series boxed set of chapter books. Once you get kids hooked on a book series, it will keep them reading for hours, days, and weeks. These are chapter books series that are just too good to put down. When should you give children a boxed set of […]Continue Reading
With all the school closures, many of you are putting on your teaching hat for the first time so I want to provide you with as many resources, today specifically activity books, sticker books, workbooks, and activity kits to help keep your kids learning and growing. Save these for times when you need your kids […]Continue Reading
Most schools and libraries are closed. So if you don’t have any children’s books to read at home, here’s how you can find great e-book deals for kids of all ages for either free or under $5. These will keep your kids reading and building their literacy skills. DON’T MISS: Tips for Teaching Young Kids […]Continue Reading
If your spring break 2020’s destination is at home, let me give you staycation ideas to do with your kids with this helpful guide of resources and ideas of things to do, read, and create. Families all over the world are staying home for upcoming spring breaks, canceling trips, due to concerns about illness. Some […]Continue Reading
You guys, my pile of picture books to share with you this month is HUGE. In fact, there are so many good books that I’m making A TABLE OF CONTENTS to organize this list of reviews. Crazy, right? (And hopefully a bit helpful.) Enjoy these new picture books! Table of Contents: Variety of Topics Family […]Continue Reading
Big Fat Notebooks are easy-to-read, condensed books of knowledge, notes, and quizzes about every subject. And they’re perfect for middle school! But guess what else, parents? If you’re like me and maybe have forgotten everything about middle school math or American History or Science, these books will help you, too!! 🙂 Big Fat Notebook: Study Guides […]Continue Reading
The term voice in writing refers to the narrator’s or author’s personality coming through, some call this the author’s style. This list of children’s picture and chapter books provide mentor text examples for you as you teach students all about writing with voice. In a first-person narrative, voice means the writing sounds like you — […]Continue Reading