The Best Books About Unicorns for ages three and up: In my house we love unicorns. I mean, we LOVE them. They are everywhere from our clothes and our toy bins to our walls and our bookshelves. We love to celebrate the magic that is the kind and majestic Unicorn! If you are unicorn fans... Continue Reading →
How can we teach young children about inclusion? Modeling inclusive and welcoming behavior is always a good start, but picture books about inclusivity can really help give a visual perspective on how there is room for everyone. Especially books like The Big Umbrella by Amy June Bates and her young daughter, Juniper Bates. Have you... Continue Reading →
My Favorite Picture Books by Black Authors and Illustrators Reading books that center BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) characters is important, especially for white families. Children need to see people of all colors, races, religions, backgrounds, and orientations in their life and their reading materials! It helps to build flexible thinking and a... Continue Reading →
New storytime video that is a beautiful, quirky poem that takes us through the seasons. Click the link below for the video! Red Sings From Treetops: A Year In Colors by Joyce Sidman and Pamela Zagarenski Log in *This post contains an affiliate link. Thanks for your support!
It's time for Spooky Season and here are some fantastic books to help set the mood! You can download this book list and get ready for Halloween with some SPOOK-tacular reads! halloween-and-pumpkins-book-listDownload Want more Pumpkin activities? Check out The Pumpkin Song here and sing along! Click image for The Pumpkin Song post! Want more Halloween... Continue Reading →