What Everyone Is Reading on The Children’s Book Review
This article was originally published at The Children’s Book Review on June 8, 2020. You can read the full text and imagery by clicking here.
From book reviews and lists for all ages to literacy tips and book giveaways, here are the top ten list of kids books and literacy articles that have been trending on The Children’s Book Review during the month of May.
1. Win an Amazing ‘Growing Readers’ Prize Pack to Celebrate TCBR’s 12th Birthday
We love putting together our anniversary giveaway as a way to thank you for your much appreciated loyal readership. In honor of our goal of growing readers, we are giving away an exclusive prize pack to a lucky bookworm! The prize includes two autographed books, a Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet, and a framed TCBR original print created by children’s book illustrator Lauren O’Hara.
2. Book Reviews And Recommendations: Preteen And Tween, Ages 9-12
With Maturity Developing And A Wide Range Of Reading Abilities Among Preteens And Tweens, Middle-Grade Novels (Books For Ages 9 And Up) Begin To Soar With Well-Developed Fantastical Worlds, A Gentle Increase In The Complexities Of Social And Emotional Plot Developments, Smaller Fonts, And More Pages.
3. Book Reviews And Recommendations: Preschool To Elementary, Ages 4-8
Did You Know That You Could Boost Your Preschool Or Elementary Child’s Intelligence Simply By Ensuring That Reading Books Is A Part Of Their Day-To-Day Life?
4. Selfie and a Shelfie with Anna Kang and Christopher Weyant, Creators of It Is (Not) Perfect
Anna Kang and Christopher Weyant are the creators of Theodor Seuss Geisel Award winner You Are (Not) Small as well as series titles That’s (Not) Mine, I Am (Not) Scared, and We Are (Not) Friends.
5. Black Lives Matter Book List for Kids and Teens
The responsibility of a better future is on us. Please read these stories written by black voices. Read them well—especially if you’re white like me. Read them with your children and teens and start a conversation so that we may have hope for an undivided future in which all communities feel safe.
You can get the rest of this book list at The Children’s Book Review: