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The following children's books are great for Presidents' Day lesson plans. Note: The interest age increases as you move down the page. Read more »
Find out why we at KidLit TV love Beverly Cleary. Her books, her wit and more! Join us in saying, Happy 100th Birthday, Beverly Cleary! Read more »
After Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, died in 1991, his widow, Audrey Geisel, decided to renovate their... Read more »
Tolkien’s original artwork for The Hobbit dust jacket is now on display at “The Marks of Genius” exhibit at the... Read more »
Curator Jane Bayard Curley gives a gallery tour of The Carle’s “Madeline at 75: The Art of Ludwig Bemelmans” exhibition
The short documentary follows Hilary Knight, the illustrator of Kay Thompson's popular Eloise books. Actress Lena Dunham serves as executive producer. Read more »
A weekly show where knowledge junkies get their fix of trivia-tastic information. This week, John looks at words invented by... Read more »
Check out this illustrations depicting the history of Science Fiction through the years. See the full image at Ward Shelly.
In the annals of human-animal comradeship, there is nothing quite like the tale of a brown bear cub named Winnipeg,... Read more »
From Kinja: We may have Charles Darwin’s children to thank for the surviving handwritten pages of the naturalist’s “On the... Read more »
What if you could live forever? It’s the essential theme of Natalie Babbitt’s beloved novel Tuck Everlasting and a question... Read more »
A selection of Children’s Books that were read during World War Two in Britain.
‘Beginning writers,’ says Tom Bailey, ‘must read (note that I mean must, a word I have studiously avoided throughout this... Read more »
This week we’re featuring The Grolier Club’s “One Hundred Books Famous in Children’s Literature.” Get a peek at historic children’s... Read more »
Huck and Tom are widely regarded as archetypal American boys — but they might have some real girls as inspiration.... Read more »
Do you know the difference between an early reader and a chapter book?
Kindle Unlimited has joined the ranks of Oyster and Scribd as the newest subscription based book service, but did you know... Read more »
Ever imagine you might find a fabulous illustrated gem, hidden at Goodwill in a ratty frame? Or stumble across a... Read more »
Michael Bond, the author of A Bear Called Paddington, shares the history of this beloved bear and explains what he... Read more »
Did you know that Flickr is partnering up with Georgetown University fellow Kalev Leetaru and the Internet Archive? They’re attempting... Read more »