Depending on where you make your home, you may be mid-winter, early spring, or watching flowers and trees burst into bloom. Late winter and early spring are unpredictable But whether you are reading indoors or out, donning mittens and sweaters, or smelling spring in the air, there is nothing more satisfying than escaping into the pleasures and inspiration of a good book. We are at the ready with lots of books to recommend. In the weeks ahead, we look at some terrific new board books for little ones that celebrate the wonders of science, more books to inspire Resistance, great new non-fiction, and updates on books for children and adolescents by some of our favorite authors and illustrators. Some surprises are in store; more fantastic new books are hitting the shelves every day–there is an especially rich crop of good reads for tweens and teens. We promise to keep you informed! Hope you’ll also share your finds with us, too. Happy Reading!
This Week: CARVE THE MARK by Veronica Roth
Coming Up: THE BAD GUYS: Recommended for Early Readers with a Sense of Humor
Coming up: Wait! What is Lit for Kids, anyway? We’re a website dedicated to kids, books, families and a LOVE of reading. Want to know more about what we believe and who we are? You can learn all about it, here!