Read “Katie and the Big Snow” by Virginia Lee Burton, a story of a snow plow named Katie that makes life a little easier during a crisis.
In “Understood Betsy,” Dorothy Canfield Fisher wrote a timeless children’s story about growing up and self-reliance.
All the Grinch wanted for Christmas was singing. He just didn’t know it. We discuss the magic of song in our holiday Children’s Book Club.
Meet a mother with strong emotions. This month’s Children’s Book Club discusses ‘Saturday’ by Oge Mora, and a mom who feels all the feels.
What is a memory? A 96-year-old woman and a small boy are searching for the answer. Author Callie Feyen searches for poetry in what they find.
It’s almost Halloween, and yesterday was R.L. Stine’s birthday. Megan Willome celebrates with a scary graphic novel for Children’s Book Club.
The Bruh Rabbit stories are as contemporary as ever. Join author Megan Willome as she revisits these tales for Children’s Book Club, using the contemporary retelling ‘Sure As Sunrise.’
Being brave sometimes means getting wet. But in Suzy Lee’s ‘Wave,’ being brave also brings gifts that last a lifetime. Join us for our Children’s Book Club.
When do we learn to be bothered by slugs and spiders? Deva Curnutte finds herself in the backyard with her son, a slimy creature and an urge to return to Charlotte’s Web.
For this month’s Children’s Book Club, we read Margaret Wise Brown’s classic picture book ‘The Runaway Bunny,’ featuring a song by the Zac Brown Band.
Join author Megan Willome for Children’s Book Club, in which she learns why bunnies are way scarier than tigers in ‘Fear the Bunny.’ (This picture book not approved by William Blake.)
What do a country cricket and a musician from Greek mythology have in common? Join author Megan Willome for the Children’s Book Club as she reads ‘A Cricket in Times Square.’
To find the wisdom of ‘The Little Prince,’ author Megan Willome says don’t look directly at the story or it will blind you, like sun on desert sand. And don’t be a grownup.
Being a grandfather is the best job in the world, and here are the top 10 reasons why. It’s also possibly the easiest, because your grandchildren teach you.
Grab your mushy gushy Valentines! Join author Megan Willome for the Children’s Book Club as she reads ‘Junie B. Jones and the Mushy Gushy Valentime.’
Read a book about resistance. Read the children’s classic ‘Curious George’ with author Megan Willome for the Children’s Book Club.
Author Megan Willome shares her Top 10 list of holiday books for children. Adults with childlike hearts will love them too.
Since you can’t be the Santa, be a Santa. Join Megan Willome as she reads Eric Carle’s ‘Dream Snow’ for December’s Children’s Book Club.
How many imaginary friends can you count in the classroom? Find out in author Megan Willome’s new book club selection, ‘Dotty’ by Erica S. Perl.
What do you read aloud to an old man who’s ailing and has never been read aloud to before? Find out in author Megan Willome’s new book club selection.