This children’s summer reading list from The Horn Book suggests great new books for kids for preschool, elementary school, middle school and high school students.
Book reviews of Parenting: Illustrated With Crappy Pictures, Moms Who Drink and Swear and It Takes Balls
Book reviews: Stardines, Dirt on My Shirt, The Baby Book
Children's book topics include a lively little girl's museum visit, cutouts designed to produce intriguing shadows and a sumptuous counting book based on apes.
A new kids' book chronicles the life and art of renowned local, self-taught African-American painter Horace Pippin.
Kids can make faces, animals, plants -- you name it -- from fingerprints. Older kids can make wallets clothes and jewelry from duct tape!
Pop-ups, fold outs and brain-benders books make great gifts for kids. A pop-up Star Wars leads the recommendations.
Kids' books centered on two unusual protagonists — a cockroach and a glacier — win thumbs up from reviewer Frank Lipsius.