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Scary Stories and Thanksgiving Tales

Cozy up to fall with a good book in your hands. Board Books “Mouse’s First Fall” by Lauren Thompson Enjoy this classic story about Mouse and Minka as they explore this special season with great examples of counting, shapes, colors and autumn fun. “Pumpkins” by Gail Gibbons It isn’t fall …

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Head Back To School With Books

Ease the return-to-school jitters with stories about schooltime adventures. Board Books “Rosie Goes to Preschool” by Karen Katz Get your little one ready for preschool with this beautifully illustrated picture book. Go with Rosie throughout her day to see what school is all about and learn little “Rosie Tips” along …

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Summer Begins with a Good Book

Summer adventures start with stories. Explore these dynamic reads for babies, children and teens. Board Books “Baby Loves Summer!” by Karen Katz Celebrate summer with this fun, bright board book. Children will love the interactive lift-the-flap pages. Play a game of peekaboo as you read this story with your little …

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Stories to Warm Your Heart This Winter

Explore your child’s feelings of belonging and believing with the following books. Board/Toddlers ‘Mama Loves You So’ by Terry Pierce Can’t put into words how much you love your little one? This beautiful book will help you do just that. Its rhythmic text will soothe the littlest of ears. This …

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10 Halloween Books for Kids

10 Halloween Books for Kids

Looking for children’s books to read on Halloween? These tricky tales are just right for this spooky month! Board Books ‘10 Trick or Treaters’ By Janet Schulman In this simple story 10 trick or treaters set out together, but their numbers dwindle as they encounter spiders, toads and even a …

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12 Children’s Books About Race and Diversity

Books are a great way to initiate conversations about racism with your kids and teens The police killing of George Floyd and the resulting protests have inspired a much-needed national dialogue about race and diversity. But if you’re not sure how to initiate conversations about anti-black racism, police violence and …

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