New schools and new environments can present challenges for making friends, but we value our friends for a reason, and kindergartners will appreciate this list of books, all packed with wisdom on the timeless theme of friendship.
If you have a middle-schooler, chances are he or she is caught up in fantasy stories like Twilight, Shiver, or Cirque du Freak. These wintry recommendations are sure to keep your kid's nose buried in books.
Fourth and fifth grades mark a critical stage for reading skills. These parent suggestions, ranging from new titles like The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate to classics like Where the Red Fern Grows, are sure to keep your child enthralled.
Vibrant picture books with creative story lines are ever popular among the kindergarten set. These titles are sure to spark your youngster's imagination and inspire her to start reading on her own.
Start off your youngster's summer reading list with a boisterous flock of penguins.
These popular, engaging titles will keep older kids' interest all summer long.
Preschoolers find wonder in so many places, but they seem to be especially drawn to animals and their antics. Parent favorites for this age group include classics like Harold and the Purple Crayon and new takes on bedtime stories. These books are sure to keep...
Set sail with this list of kindergarten classics.
Grade schoolers can explore far-off places (an island or asteroid, perhaps?) with these summer adventures.
If you're going over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house, audiobooks are a great way to keep the kids from whining, "Are we there yet?" But today's audiobooks do a lot more than foster family harmony in the form of group diversion...