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Interest Level: Grade PreK
All eyes are smiling with books that celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
These tactile board books will welcome your baby's fingers and eyes.
Discuss the illustrations in these gorgeous picture books.
Whisk your little one into dreamland with these charming tales.
We have advice, gift ideas, family activities, and book suggestions below to help you make this holiday season sparkle and all of your celebrations shine.
Whether he loves reading in his bedroom or in the kitchen, having book-friendly spaces makes all the difference in your child's literacy. Here are books perfect for each reading room in your home.
Kick-start your child's creativity with these book-based activity kits.
Dav Pilkey’s laugh-out-loud funny books have been known to be devoured by children. Even the most reluctant readers just can’t seem to get enough of his original and outrageous characters.
What better way to inspire little bookworms than with outings based on their favorite kid titles? These three family-friendly book trips boast a library’s worth of lit-themed fun!
Equip your child with educational resources to tackle homework assignments. Provide educational resources at home at home to satisfy his curiosity.
We asked Adele Brodkin, Ph.D., a psychologist and child development expert, for her opinion on the Harry Potter series.
Kids love getting their own mail — boost their reading skills by subscribing to one of these great magazines for kids!
Six picture books with a little potty humor and a lot of laughs. A little potty humor goes a long way to make reading fun. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Walter t...
This holiday season, try giving your children these stocking stuffers to promote key literacy skills. This holiday season, try giving your children these stocking stuffers to promote key literacy skills. Allison McDonald Blo...
9 books for explorers aged 3-7. Do you have children who love to explore? Rope them into reading with these books with adventurous characters. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a...
Everything we love about this spring sport can be brought home in books! Root, root, root for a little baseball and softball reading! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader ba...
Your child can explore fairy tales and fables — some of them fractured!
Make a picture or write a riddle online!
Try this super summer reading project: study an author who celebrates a summer birthday.
Build technology and reading skills with your preschooler.
Share this maze activity from the “full-throttle” picture book, “Little Red’s Riding ‘Hood” with your child.
Help your child learn to read with this printable minibook.
Every morning in spring, the little mouse pops out of his hole and off he goes into the wide world. What does he see? Let kids fill in the picture.
Follow the prompts to help your little one learn about all of their lovable parts!
Welcome your baby to the hottest season of the year.
Read this classic tale with a gigantic twist with your little girl.
Discover bundles of your child's favorite books.