Northern is expected to welcome children from Leeds Children’s Hospital this weekend. Nineteen children from the hospital will be special guests in the Betfred Super League Grand Final this weekend, which is due to take place on September 24, 2022. Accompanied by NHS staff and their parents, the children willRead More →

Danish students enjoyed a special visit from acclaimed children’s author Cristy Burne during the Book Week celebrations. Denmark Public Library hosted the annual Children’s Book Week event on September 8, which was attended by students from Denmark Primary School and Kwoorabup Nature School. Burne’s work has been published worldwide andRead More →

Nashvillian Christy Pruitt-Haynes knows firsthand the rollercoaster of emotions that comes with watching your child leave the nest: the thrill of celebrating when they receive their college admissions letters, the heartache of saying goodbye when you leave their dormitory and the bittersweet excitement of watching him grow up. adult, youRead More →

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A digital copy of the multiplication table can be downloaded from the website after entering the coupon code “BACK2SCHOOL” on the checkout page for a $10 discount off the regular price. The educational landscape is one of many sectors that have seen a dramatic transformation as a result of theRead More →

Children’s Book Review – Take a Trip to Black Sand Beach Posted at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, September 16, 2022 Editor’s note: Page McWilliams is the child of Juanita Giles, executive director of the Virginia Children’s Book Festival, and Longwood University’s assistant vice president of communications, Matthew McWilliams. Each month,Read More →

Make room for more titles in the tent: Bologna Children’s Book Fair is expanding participation at its rights center to industry rights professionals for its 2023 fair. The decision to expand the fair’s rights center into commercial adult publishing comes as the fair celebrates its 60th anniversary. “Our BCBF AgentRead More →

Residents of Galesburg should note a new children’s book that is decidedly Galesburg at its core. “Silas, The Great House Cat” will be available in paperback and hardback when the release date is announced in early September. After release, copies can be purchased at Wordsmith Bookshoppe in downtown Galesburg orRead More →

WILKES-BARRE — While downtown business is usually the focus here, today we’re focusing on a collaboration between many downtown institutions and individuals working toward a common, fun goal. The Osterhout Free Library with Times Leader, Coal Creative, Diamond City Partnership, WVIA, Wilkes-Barre Preservation Society, Etruscan Press, City Councilor Tony BrooksRead More →

KIDs aren’t very popular when it comes to children’s book awards. Adults are the ones who judge, decide the winners and, in doing so, dictate which titles get featured in bookstores and on library shelves. But this year, the Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) has passed the reins toRead More →

Nashville native Reese Witherspoon returns to Music City in October for an evening celebrating her new children’s book. The Academy Award-winning actor and entertainment entrepreneur is hosting a family-friendly coming out party Oct. 7 at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center for “Busy Betty,” his first children’s book. The evening includesRead More →

Renowned singer-songwriter and best-selling author, Ellie Holcombwill release his third children’s book, resonating joywill be available September 20 (B&H Kids/B&H Publishing Group). The Christmas Book explores what joy looks like as the reader journeys through beautiful Christmas scenes in the illustrated hardback. The illustrator of resonating joy is Laura Ramos.Read More →

The recent publication “My Christmas Tree” by Covenant Books author Mr. Michael is a true story of the author’s Christmas when he was 10 years old. Her experience was translated into a children’s book allowing readers of all ages to enjoy and celebrate their Christmas spirit. Press release – AugustRead More →

Cover of the book “The Bubbles of Shnubble” Jennifer Salmassian, the author of several Armenian children’s books, has announced the publication of her latest book titled “Shnubble’s Bubbles”. Salmassian’s new story revolves around a young orca named Shnubble, with an overactive blowhole, who accidentally knocks down a kayaker with hisRead More →

Press release – August 12, 2022 6:00 a.m. EDT PORTLAND, Oregon, Aug. 12, 2022 (Newswire.com) – Fulton Books author Kim Kesty, who was born in Minnesota and currently lives in Oregon, has completed her latest book “Buddy Spends the Night”: a gripping children’s story that features Buddy, who is invitedRead More →

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Every day, thousands of Waikiki tourists overlook a massive four-stone monument on Kuhio Beach, encircled by a low iron fence, walking briskly to snap photos of the legendary Duke Kahanamoku statue next to it. Few people will stop to read theRead More →

RED LAKE — The seven ancestral teachings of love, respect, courage, honesty, wisdom, humility and truth are deeply embedded in Anishinaabe culture. A recently released children’s book by Red Lake author Elizabeth Barrett and illustrator Jonathan Thunder brings these lessons to colorful life for young and old. The book isRead More →

The next time you stop by Hutchinson Police Services, the first face you’ll likely see is Administrative Assistant Bre Brooks. She’s been there since December 2017. She started as a part-time dispatcher, briefly transitioned to full-time, and then transitioned into the role of administrative assistant. What you may not knowRead More →

From Spotsylvania County: Spotsylvania’s Community Engagement and Tourism Department has released a children’s book titled “Find Your Spot” which follows a pup named “Spot” through an array of exciting destinations in Spotsylvania County. The book is an extension of the county’s “Find Your Spot” tourism campaign featuring popular Spotsy locationsRead More →

By Wesley J. Smith (National Review) Children are indoctrinated into anything that subverts traditional values ​​these days, and in Canada that includes bringing children with them when a loved one is euthanized – which goes by the euphemism MAID for medical assistance in dying. Children are introduced to medical killingRead More →

Mary Kauffman, acclaimed author of three other children’s books, has announced her latest picture book, One Lost Toy, will be released on July 27, 2022. In this fourth installment in an anthology series, Kauffman teaches children how to part with material possessions and deal with lost items. A lost toyRead More →

Since the end of Kirby’s 30th anniversary, Nintendo has released a video game called Kirbys Stories: Sweet Dreams. We’re talking about something special for young people, so it’s a really good tribute. The book is published in Japan by Shogakukan. In addition to the illustrations for this story, RURUTEA wroteRead More →

‘Double Puppy Trouble’ by Danica McKellar. Illustrated by Josée Masse. Danica McKellar, New York Times bestselling author and acclaimed actress, will publish her children’s math book “Double Puppy Trouble” on July 26. It’s a sweet and poignant story that piles on the puppies coupled with a math-helping secret to illustrateRead More →

The recent release of “Frog in the toilet” by Covenant Books author Matthew Czarnecki is an imaginative tale for children in an elementary school class when they discover a frog in their bathroom. Each child imagines a way the frog might have arrived, but they learn that there are thingsRead More →

YAKIMA, Wash. — Nikki Prather wrote the book ‘The bird that could not fly‘, to help children better understand those around them with autism. Prather’s inspiration? Her ten-year-old daughter with autism, who is also non-verbal. The book turned the page to a new chapter for her daughter, Geneviève. Since postingRead More →

Ash Barty can now officially add “children’s book author” to his already impressive resume. The Australian tennis star today released his own series of children’s books based on the real-life experiences of the sports legend and his family. The 25-year-old launched the early reader series, called Little Ash, alongside herRead More →

By Alisha Ebrahimji, CNN A New York City library board reversed its decision to remove all LGBTQ-related postings from its children’s section at four of its libraries during Pride Month after the removal was criticized. On Tuesday, four of Smithtown Library’s seven boards had voted to remove all displays ofRead More →

Jackson County Libraries’ planned baby book will focus on Rogue Valley If you’ve always wanted to write or illustrate a children’s book, this might be your chance. Jackson County Library Services and the Jackson County Library Foundation are looking for a local author and local artist to write and illustrateRead More →

As excitement builds for this summer’s spectacular BookTastic children’s book festival, event organizers are shining the spotlight on local businesses supporting the event and helping open the world of books to young readers in Bedford and by the way. In addition to national funding from Arts Council England and BigRead More →

* The African American Children’s Book Project (AACBP) and The Literary Cafe Books and Events celebrate Juneteenth by highlighting the rich history and contributions of black people in the United States, as depicted in the books. Vanesse Lloyd-Sgambati, Founder of the AACBP, said: “Reflecting on Juneteenth, I remember that duringRead More →

Children’s book ‘Justice’ is about a boy who finds hope in life despite his father’s incarceration (Photo courtesy) Mass incarceration is an issue that has plagued the black community for decades. Rasheeda Jones, an LAUSD psychiatric social worker and Dorsey graduate, created the children’s book “Justice” to help young peopleRead More →

Former President Donald Trump is peddling a children’s book written by a former member of his administration that stars “King Donald” and reimagines a kingdom where “Russians” weren’t a factor in the 2016 election. Now Trump wants to distribute the book to children across the country. “Let’s put this incredibleRead More →

Kwaku Amoateng is quite a creative father. In 2021, the Comox military firefighter wrote and illustrated a fictional children’s book (The Magic Umbrella – Bratasaurus and Tyrannosaurus) to honor his son, Jordan. The book features characters that represent a father’s relationship with his autistic son – similar to Kwaku andRead More →

This major report presents a clear view of the current performance of the global children’s publishing market and its likely development in the coming years. The key findings of the Global Children’s Publishing Market report focus on changing Global Children’s Publishing Market dynamics, substantial new opportunities, critical forces likely toRead More →

One of Gloucestershire’s most popular tourist attractions, Westonbirt, the National Arboretum, has unveiled a new literature festival for young book lovers, taking place this August bank holiday weekend. Dedicated to stories about nature, animals and the great outdoors, Wild Wonder at Westonbirt is a brand new children’s book festival, featuringRead More →

Families can find local crafts, produce and produce, and kids can stay busy this summer by visiting the 34th Annual Washington Farmers Market. Main Street Washington is partnering with local businesses for the second year of their free “Farm Fables” book distribution. Every Thursday during farmer’s market season, organizers planRead More →