Whether you’re looking for kid’s books online because you want to read them to your small humans or because you’re young at heart, we’ve got the best kid’s books recommendations! Our kid’s books post cover everything from children’s picture books to chapter books for kids to middle grade fiction recommendations.
If you’re looking for the best homeschooling books, about its basic principles or ideas to supplement things you’re doing, this list can help!
These writing prompts for kids will keep them entertained for hours, and these kids' books about writing are here to encourage your budding author.
There is already a decent amount of free books for kids available online, and now there has been a recent expansion of available resources.
Dolly Parton will be reading children's books in a 10-week program called Goodnight with Dolly, part of her Imagination Library.
From cats to birds to dragons, there's a great book about animals out there for every young reader. Find one among these middle grade books about animals.
Find something special among these children's picture books by winners of the Caldecott Award, given each year to a “most distinguished illustrator.”
Let's check out our favorite Disney baby books. These books are perfect for newborns, baby showers, or any occasion!
Readers looking for must-read book series for middle schoolers can find plenty of suggestions for mystery, fantasy, and more.
Oh, oh, oh, it's magic! Visit eight magical places that are not Hogwarts in these mighty adventurous middle grade series about magical cities!
Now, I recognize that many caregivers who come to storytime are just as uninformed about how to get the most out of storytime as I was when I first started.
This prolific children's book writer is beloved by many generations of readers, and we've rounded up some of the best Roald Dahl books.
School has closed and the kids are quarantined at home? We have the best educational comics to start your sudden homeschool journey (and save your sanity).
Representing both sides of consent -- to ask for and refuse -- these picture books are appropriate for a range of ages from toddlers to school-age children.