Tag: Picture books
children’s books for mental health awareness month
May is Mental Health Awareness Month! I keep hearing disturbing stats about the recent decline in mental health for kids, teens, and adults. Of course, there are many ways we must address this individually and collectively, but these are some really beautiful books to support children’s mental health. They cover topics such as anxiety, depression,…
36 picture books for Black History Month!
These are some beautiful picture books for Black History Month! Most of them are picture book biographies, and some are historical fiction. This selection celebrates Black leaders from various time periods and areas of interest, including politics, sports, science, the arts, and more. I’d like to especially recommend Kadir Nelson’s “Heart and Soul,” which I’ve…
children’s books for Indigenous Peoples’ Day
These are some our favorite picture books for Indigenous Peoples’ Day! These are beautiful books to read all year round. Slide 1: Slide 1: Slide 3:
36 back to school books!
It’s hard to believe it’s time for back to school books! These are some we’ve enjoyed. Some were new to us this year, and some are annual favorites we check out around this time each year. You can also find these images over on Instagram here: Instagram Post to Save
24 Children's Books for Summer
These are some of our favorite picture books for summer time! They are beautifully illustrated and have lovely, engaging stories. The Little Blue Cottage By Kelly Jordan Illustrated by Jessica Courtney-Tickle Ages 4-8 This gentle, rhythmic story is reminiscent of The Little House by Virginia Lee Burton. It has a vintage classic feel to it…
Loving Day! – 19 Children's Books with Multiracial Families
June 12th is Loving Day! It is the anniversary of the day the US Supreme Court struck down anti-miscegenation laws in the case of Loving vs. Virginia. In celebration, I’m sharing these beautiful children’s books that feature multiracial characters and families. Some are explicitly about race, ethnicity, or skin color, and others are simply good stories that have representation…