Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2017: Dragons Are Real

Multicultural Children's Book Day 2017: Dragons Are Real

Looking for a book that encourages kids to look beyond stereotypes and see the real person inside? I can’t wait to tell you about Dragons Are Real from Valarie Budayr! (I received a complimentary copy of this title for review purposes. Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Multicultural Children’s[Read more]

Our Favorite Children’s Books about France

Our Favorite Children's Books about France

My kids and I love learning about other countries and cultures through the books we’re reading. Most recently we’ve been reading lots of children’s books about France and I’m excited about sharing our favorites with you. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Some of these books are inspired[Read more]

10 Children’s Books about Vincent van Gogh

Learning about van Gogh in your homeschool? Here are 10 wonderful children’s books about Vincent van Gogh, his art, his life, and his legacy. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Children’s books are a great way to introduce kids to the art and lives of famous artists. That’s certainly[Read more]

Christmas Around the World in 100 Books

Want to learn about Christmas around the world, but don’t know where to start? Good news: Christmas Around the World in 100 books will help you experience Christmas like never before. If a mega list of 100 books isn’t enough to get you started learning about Christmas celebrations worldwide, don’t miss the Christmas[Read more]

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Gift Guide: Top 10 Wimpy Kid Gifts for Your Kiddo

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Gift Ideas

You don’t have to spend too much time in our home to know we have a Diary of a Wimpy Kid fan in our family. Whether he’s reading the latest book in the series, rereading his old favorites, or writing in his own journal, our son is constantly channeling his[Read more]

Exploring Italy Through Children’s Books

Exploring Italy Through Children's Books

Want to learn about Italy with your kids without a family vacation to the Mediterranean? Why not open a good book instead and start exploring Italy that way? (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Between my son studying the Renaissance for history this year and my daughter’s book-based[Read more]