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Celebrate "Read Across America Day"

Fun Activities to Celebrate “Read Across America Day”


Every year at the beginning of March, children across the country kick-off “National Reading Month” by celebrating the birthday of the beloved Dr. Seuss and the many characters that have been immortalized in his children’s books across the globe. Here are some Read Across America activities to help get the

A mother sits in front of the fireplace with her two daughters wrapped in a blanket and reading snow stories

Snow Stories for Snowy Days

For many of us, the winter season means cold weather. Wind, sleet, snow, ice—we can expect to deal with it all at some point.  Whether you enjoy sledding, snowshoeing, or simply building snowmen, there’s plenty of fun to have in the snow. However, there will also be times that you just want to stay warm

girls reading in front of a bookshelf

Ask the Expert: How Books Can Treat Growing Pains

Being a child is sometimes tough. As children develop emotionally, they sometimes face conflicts that we, as adults, have long forgotten. Overcoming insecurities, abandoning fears, and learning how to interact with peers often present challenges that children have a difficult time verbalizing and coping with on their own. Books can often be invaluable in assisting

Mom reading to her son

Reading Aloud Tips to Spark a Love for Literature

Everyone could use some reading aloud tips. From a young child’s first time hearing a story to a teen’s escape into the pages of an intriguing novel, reading and being read to helps children explore the countless possibilities of worlds both real and imagined.  
Cultivate a love of reading at an early age.
The stories you read aloud to your