Teaching children to have self-confidence at a young age is integral to their healthy development. Since young kids are easily influenced by what they see and hear, there is no better way to teach them how to appreciate, speak up for, and love themselves than by reading with them. Below is a list of our favorite kids’ books that will help build self-esteem and remind little readers how important and unique they are!
Many kids dream of riding, racing, or even owning their own horse one day. Reading with the little horse lover in your life is one of the best things you can do to encourage them to use their imagination and follow their dreams. Saddle up for books about adventure, perseverance, and fun with our list of the 21 best books about horses.
Everyone wants to feel special, right? Gerald is a little, orange fish that wants to be noticed in a school of lots of little orange fish. He is so fed up that one day he decides to set out all by himself across the perilous ocean. Find out what happens when he meets a colony of blue fish that have never seen anything like Gerald before! Joshua George’s wonderful and beautifully illustrated picture book, “Tiny Whale: A Fishy Tale” tackles some complex ideas like individuality, perseverance, leadership and respect at a level children can understand. It’s a book meant to be read and discussed together.
Reading to babies is one of the best things you can do for their growth and development. If you have a little girl on the way, are a parent to a young daughter, or are looking for a meaningful gift for the baby girl in your life, look no further. We’ve compiled a list of 21 of the best books for baby girls that will remind them how much they are loved, inspire them to follow their dreams, and encourage them to love themselves.
Spring has sprung, and there’s no better time to encourage the love of early reading than with children’s books celebrating the season. As the weather begins to warm and the sunshine invites more outdoor activities, don’t forget to discover books that offer opportunities to entertain and educate little readers about the changing season.
Twenty-five children’s books about race written by a diverse group of authors that center culturally authentic narratives, celebrate difference, and can introduce your child to the ongoing conversation about race in our society.