No matter how bad things are or how low and sad you are at the moment, just know that the feeling is temporary and that good days and joy will come again. While you may not completely get “over” your hardships, you’ll be able to know how to live with it and even appreciate the way it has shaped you.--Nusha about "Don't Stop"
Margaret Wertheim, who has a quote that I just adore: “Mathematics, in a sense, is logic set loose in a field of imagination.”
What are possible different approaches you can use to pull a child into the story?... You often have to experiment a bit (like a scientist does!) to figure out the correct approach.
Bloom Boom! captures that feeling of springtime.
Tap, twirl, twist, spin! With musical, rhyming text, author Valerie Bolling shines a spotlight on dances from across the globe, while energetic art from Maine Diaz shows off all the moves and the diverse people who do them.
Hi Math is Everywhere readers, Today we have the wonderful Jodi Moore here visiting to get us all hyped about Valentine's day by talking about her love of writing and her super adorable board book I Love My Dragon. And she’s doing a GIVEAWAY of a SIGNED copy of it! Kaitlyn: Thanks so much for … Continue reading Author Interview & GIVEAWAY: Jodi Moore
Hey Math is Everywhere readers,Today is Multicultural Children's Book Day 2020! I was lucky enough to be a reviewer for this year, so I was gifted a beautiful book that I'm going to share with you below. There's also a ton of prizes being given away from 9pm-10pm Eastern tonight on Twitter, check it out: … Continue reading Multicultural Day: Sissy Goes Tiny book review
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers, We have an extra special guest today to help us get the new year started off right, author and internationally acclaimed speaker, Trudy Ludwig. When I read The Invisible Boy for the first time last year, I immediately fell head-over-heels for this picture book. I wanted to share it with … Continue reading GIVEAWAY and Author Interview with Trudy Ludwig
Hey Math is Everywhere Readers, Just in time for last-minute holiday shopping for your small scientists and/or intrepid inventors, we have Rinda Beach here with us today to talk about her debut chapter book Neil Armstrong’s Wind Tunnel Dream. Bio - Rinda never planned to write. She was a second-grade teacher who read and told … Continue reading Giveaway and Interview with Debut Author Rinda Beach
"...picture books are an ideal opportunity to hone poetic language, because with such sparse wording, each word should evoke something more than itself."
Hi all, Today we have one of the funniest people in kidlit joining us: Ciara O'Neal. Ciara and I met a little over a year ago when she was first working on her now published picture book Flamingo Hugs, and we've been critique partners and friends ever since. Ciara has offered to giveaway TWO prizes … Continue reading GIVEAWAY and Interview with Author Ciara O’Neal
Hi everyone, Now that the weather is getting cooler, it's time for more snuggles and cuddles! So, today, I've asked Della Ross Ferreri to share about her new board book Huggle Wuggle, Bedtime Snuggle. Della has generously offered to share a copy Huggle Wuggle, Bedtime Snuggle with one lucky reader. Make sure to stay tuned … Continue reading GIVEAWAY and Author Interview with Della Ross Ferreri
Two chances to win a signed copy of 100 Bugs! by Kate Narita, illustrated by Suzanne Kaufman: 1. Follow this blog and comment below. 2. Retweet this post and follow Kate @KateNarita and me @KaitlynLeann17. Enter by 11-23-18 at 11:59pm West Coast time! (US addresses only) Haven't heard about 100 Bugs! yet? Here's a little … Continue reading Picture Book Review of 100 Bugs! and Interview with Author Kate Narita and GIVEAWAY!
A must buy for all children 0-6. ONE FAMILY by George Shannon is a beautiful, exciting way for children to learn acceptance, cardinality, and logic. The story is absolutely enthralling, each page growing from the last. And the phenomenal imagery from artist Blanca Gómez is so vivid in color and simple, yet intricate, in … Continue reading Book Review: ONE FAMILY