Legions of creatures skulk and caper across the pages of classic children's literature. Vampires and werewolves, dragons and sea serpents, trolls and behemoths. I am partial to them all but, as with most things, I prefer the oddities.
The latest edition of the New York Public Library's annual list of titles published for children can be found at Children's Books 2013 (PDF). Nineteen Children's Librarians pored over a wealth of new releases throughout the ...
The Guardian Choose Your Own Adventure Books Look to Be Resurrected in Tablet Form TIME If you never had the pleasure of reading a Choose Your Own Adventure book, the idea was basically that you'd read a snippet and be given a choice: Turn to page...
Kids' book 'The Snowy Day' is focus of US exhibit The Times of Israel “We wanted to marry the strength of the show as an art exhibition with the significance of the book in children's literature,” museum curator Josh Perelman said.
A research project has found that teachers who read for pleasure have better book knowledge and feel more confident, calm and stress-free in the classroom ("Why teachers should read more children's books": http://t.co/LLKVLFQZK8...
Why You Feel Guilty Leaving Books or Games Unfinished Lifehacker Ever find yourself feeling guilty because you put a book down halfway through? You're still on the third level of that game you bought a year ago?
Xavier Scheeler, 9-year-old, donates books to C.W. Harris Elementary School WJLA (NewsChannel 8) - Nine-year-old Xavier Scheeler wanted to share his love of reading with others, so he spent three months collecting nearly 400 books from his community.
Best-Selling Foreign Books in China New York Times Children's Books. 1. Totto-chan: The Little Girl at the Window, by Tetsuko Kuroyanagi. 2. Charlotte's Web, by E. B. White. 3. Pippi Longstocking, by Astrid Lindgren.
mediabistro.com Artist Illustrates Dramatic Lack of Diversity in Kid's Books mediabistro.com Earlier this year, a First Book infographic showed that out of 3,600 surveyed books for kids, only 3.3 percent focused on the lives of African Americans, 2...
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