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Quality books for young readers that entertain, inform, and inspire.
Quality books for young readers that entertain, inform, and inspire.

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Renato Moriconi’s The Little Barbarian named to Boston Globe‘s Best Picture Books of 2018. Here’s their brief review.
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From Lifehack Reading is an essential skill children must learn in order to become successful at school. Why? Because reading is required to understand most other topics. Most of a child’s learning is done from reading the writing on a blackboard or in…
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What’s a review carnival? EBYR Reviewers are always hard at work churning out thoughtful critiques of our latest titles. The EBYR Review carnival features their work and lets you take a closer look at what people are saying about our books. We invite you…
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Usually, when we think about saints we think about great people who do really nice things for other people. But St. Francis was a little different. While he was distinguished by his commitment to poverty and preaching the gospel to the least fortunate,…
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From Reading Rockets There is no more important activity for preparing your child to succeed as a reader than reading aloud together. Fill your story times with a variety of books. Be consistent, be patient, and watch the magic work. It’s no secret that…
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1.  The Watcher by Nikki Grimes and Bryan Collier A poetic story inspired by Psalm 121 READ: Publishers Weekly STARRED review for The Watcher Jordan lives in fear of Tanya, the class bully. But Tanya has worries of her own, no matter how much she tries to…
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A charming introduction to Saint Paul and his epistles Caldecott Medal-winner Chris Raschka breathes new life into the letters of Paul the Apostle with this inviting book. Each sumptuous page distills the main themes of Paul’s epistles into approachable,…
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Helpful insight from Scholastic Picture books are formats for storytelling or organizing information—they do not define or limit the age or ability of readers. In this episode, Donalyn describes instructional and independent reading opportunities to…
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From Huffington Post A 2015 U.S. study which looked at the effects of different toys on children’s learning found that traditional toys, including books, were more effective in increasing the quantity and quality of language than modern electronic toys. …
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From School Library Journal Whether or not young people in 2018 more readily engage with pictures than their parents did, one fact is not debated: Older kids—in particular ELL students and those with special needs—can benefit from picking up a picture…
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