We are all going through changes every day, and here at Litforkids, we find ourselves coping in different ways. In the next few weeks, we hope to share some ways to implement new reading-at-home routines with your families, as well as sharing strategies, and book suggestions. We’ll try to aim for interactive ideas as well. Clearly, one way is to find the opportunity to look back on favorite books and activities and peer ahead into unknown possibilities. We have some initial plans, which may change, because. . .well, everything around us is changing daily! We hope to post ideas for themes that include interacting with virtual websites paired with book suggestions. For example, we have posted a Mo Willems update, with his new daily lunchtime art lessons. We envision meeting the needs of the whole family through reading a range of books, updating our Book Flights and Book Pairings: Something for Everyone. As always, there are terrific books to indulge in. And there are many that will rile you up and get you involved, too! You’ll want to check out SUPERMAN: DAWNBREAKER by MATT DE LA PEÑA, as well as the scores of middle grade graphic novels. There seem to more new books published daily, from board books for toddlers to YA thrillers. And we have so many good reads to recommend! In the weeks to come, we have books for the whole family, from perfect read-alouds for toddlers, kinders, and early readers (like the new BAD GUYS) all the way to suggestions for parents, tweens, and YA fans. We’ll share some great reads, mostly brand new ones: tween graphic novels, lovely and enticing picture books, and a great book for parents. We continue our excitement about the many new YA books recently released: we think you’ll be intrigued by the new Holly Black novel. Some surprises are in store; more fantastic new books are hitting the shelves every day. We are loving some of the new books for infants and toddlers. We promise to keep you informed! Hope you’ll also share your finds with us, too. Happy Reading!