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.
Books about heavy things with wheels is practically a sub-genre children's literature. Here are a handful of toddler-approved picture books about vehicles.
Whether it's you or the kids who are feeling the stress, take a deep breath and check out these children's books about yoga and mindfulness.
For one reader, AMERICAN GIRL was more than a favorite book series and doll: it was a lifestyle.
Do you or a young reader love the Newbery Award-winning graphic novel NEW KID or Raina Telgemeier's comics? Try these middle grade graphic novels.
Being woke is about making the world a better and more just place for everyone. These 7 board books for woke babies will ensure that you're raising a tiny world-changer.
These bilingual children's books will help you bring Spanish, French, Mandarin, and other languages into your child's reading time.
These bookish buys are perfect for adding a pop of literature to the nursery, or designing an entire one themed around your favorite reads.
THE HAPPY HOLLISTERS was a popular series in its day. Does it still hold up? A reader looks back at this long-running series of children's mystery books.
With with its incredible endurance, it seems only fitting to celebrate with a list of quotes from From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler.
THE SNOWY DAY is the most borrowed item from the NYPL. One reader considers why Ezra Jack Keats' 1962 children's book is beloved by generations.
Witches and sirens and basketball, oh my! These middle grade comics are full of whimsical stories, imaginative plots, and well-developed characters.
Even readers who are cynics will fall for these new picture books about parental love.
Does surrounding your child with books, reading to them regularly, and keeping a bookish household guarantee that you'll raise a reader?
This Rioter finally figured out that the books her toddler is choosing to read with her reflect his current interests and his emotional needs, too.
Diversity in school libraries is much more than just statistics, it's about the mental well being of the students who use them.