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10 Ways to Make Story Time More Interactive
By Christie Matheson, author of Tap the Magic Tree 1. Read hands-on books with babies! It’s so cool when really young readers get excited about a book, and in our house the early favorites included...
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11 Fun Bookmark Crafts for Kids
We love finding fun reading-related activities you can do with your kids and bookmark crafts are practically perfect! We took it up a notch and found the best books for each of the crafts: If You Give...
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10 Children's Book + Crafts that Celebrate Spring Flowers
The April shows brought the May flowers just as promised! We were getting worried there for a second. To celebrate the new blooms of the season we found the perfect flower-themed books with their kids...
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Tips for Bedtime
Going to bed can be tough for kids who just can’t relax! Below are tips that can help make bedtime routines easier. WIND DOWN: Try quiet activities, such as reading together or listening to soft...
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That was always me. In fact, I'm still a night owl
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Storytelling Tips for Parents
You’re sitting around the campfire, enjoying the fresh air, the crystal clear stars, the crackling flames—basically you’re enjoying the fact that you have zero pressure or responsibilities—when you...
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Have you been to any of these?
Libraries are like a playground for your mind, and sometimes, children’s libraries can even look like playgrounds. We love it when a library is as imaginative and creative as the stories that fill...
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Things Books Can Do That TV Can't
By Yi Shun Lai Hey, it happens: Your kids want to watch TV over reading abook. The next time you’re going mano a mano with a screen, remember that bonding time spent over a great book will reap so...
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Hi! I am Otter. 

This is a story of the time my best friend Teddy and I did something really incredible. We went on a very, very important mission—to the moon! In a rocket!

I can’t wait for you to read about what happened.

(Shhhh! Don’t give it away, Teddy!)

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Happy New Book Tuesday! What are you excited to read?
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Books Kids Can Escape With
At every age, people look to books to take them on journeys and into worlds that we may not have access to. That’s why we think escapism is one of the best #ReasonsToRead! Here are a few books that...
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I’m Dan, and I’ve written lots of books for young readers. Personally, I was a reluctant reader as a child, and I know a lot of kids out there don’t like to read. Here are ten sure-fire tips I’ve...
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Bring their favorite animal book characters to life with these fun and engaging crafts!
Is your kid wild about animals of all kinds? Do they wish they could snuggle with Biscuit or hang with Pete? Bring their favorite animal book characters to life with these fun and engaging crafts that...
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Welcome to HarperCollins Children’s Books—the online destinations for Kids, Parents, and Teachers & Librarians.
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Home to many classics of children's literature.