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.
Even the youngest STAR WARS fan can enjoy some books for their burgeoning fandom.
Discover these 13 funny picture books that are rooted in comedy and heart - and perfect for reading aloud with the kids around.
I rounded up several absolutely beautiful children's books for your reading (and viewing) pleasure. Find new classics and old favorites now.
A parent on reading the Newbery Award-winning graphic novel NEW KID with a child, and their surprising conversations about race and microaggressons.
There are lots of children's books about the environment out there. Here are ten of the best for kicking off a conversation with your kids.
“Don’t be afraid of death, Winnie. Be afraid of the unlived life": How TUCK EVERLASTING helped one reader come to terms with their anxieties.
Check out the cover and an excerpt for THE SEA-RINGED WORLD, an illustrated middle grade collection in translation, by María García Esperón!
Here are the winners of the Newbery, Caldecott, and Printz Awards from the American Library Association!
Fill out that kidspace with these cute and literary Etsy items for a playroom. From tree shelves to decals, there's something for every young reader.
If you’re looking to add some whimsy to your child's collection, consider the following children's books about butterflies, both fiction and nonfiction.
Who was Pure Belpré and why she should be your librarian hero, too.
We’ve rounded up a list of Lunar New Year children's books, so you can spend some time with your family—one of the most cherished Lunar new Year traditions.
Random House Graphic launches its middle grade and young adult line on 1/21 with Johan Trïanowski's THE RUNAWAY PRINCESS.
A reader considers the memorable children's books of her childhood, receiving thoughtful gifts of books, and as an adult choosing kids' books.
The best literary life for children includes reading logs, bookish lamps, plenty of bookish decor, and giving/participating in bookish charities.