Children’s Literature

Let’s inspire the younger generation to fall in love with books and reading. Check some fun, effective parenting, and child-focused blogs and articles here.

The Importance of Children’s Literature to Grown-Ups Who Stopped Being Kids
Imagine this: you follow a rabbit down a hole that leads you to a land of wonders. You are brought to a place where fairies and pirates abode, or where boys don’t grow up. You sit in the middle of a locked-away garden making your own kind of magic. You may read more... continue reading
10 Fantastic Female Children’s Book Authors to Check out This Mother’s Day
J. K. Rowling
To curl in a comfy couch with a book or two of children’s stories—this is an especially delightful activity for mothers and children to share during Mother’s Day. Below are remarkable children’s book authors—all mothers, of course—who understood the magical world, explored its myriad avenues, and spun immortalized works of literature read more... continue reading
Tell Tales of Compassion: Six Inspiring, Vibrant Children’s Books about Kindness
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To inspire you best in writing books for children, here are six picture books, crafted to teach kids kindness and compassion.

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How Teachers Can Effortlessly Create Delightful Bedtime Stories

Bedtime stories are great for stimulating children’s imagination before they retire to their beds. Not only that bedtime stories put kids to sleep; they also help resonate good values throughout childhood.

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