If you have a child that’s a bookworm, it can be hard to keep up with their voracious reading appetite. You can browse on websites like Amazon or Goodreads, but these websites have so many books, it’s hard to know where to start. Here is a list of blogs that reviews middle grade books (and sometimes chapter and pictures books, as well). These websites post regularly and provide honest reviews that can help you find your child’s next read.
Going on a summer road trip, or just taking a few-hour day trip? If you have kids in the back seat, you may hear the beautiful melody of your child’s voice singing out, “Are we there yet?”
Pop in an audio book CD that will entertain all ages to keep the hours from dragging by. They’re also great for listening during play time or just before bed time. Here is a list of audio books that will have a pick for everyone. Happy listening!
Every kids has struggles, but some are bigger than others. Some children find themselves thrust into a big world very early on and the test is to see whether or not they will emerge from the challenge as a better person.
Here are some touching and heartwarming books about homelessness:
This is the kind of book that really draws you in. the writing is visual and the action keeps moving. Sage’s attitude and snarky voice, combined with a plot full of treason and intrigue, keeps you wanted more.
I also liked how Tobias and Roden, who seemed like they would be more simple, flat characters, changed back and forth (and back and forth again) between being Sage’s friends to being his enemies.