Little Red Writing

FOR THE WEEKEND, share this title with your child. We are celebrating the arts! Little Red Writing is appropriate for school age children. Summary:Little Red Writing from Joan Holub and Melissa Sweet tells the tale of a classroom of pencils on the day they...

Colors of Sports

FOR THE WEEKEND, share this fun Olympic themed title with your child!  Colors of Sports is appropriate for children of all ages. Summary:Colors of Sports by Laura Purdie Salas is the perfect title to share with your child as we enter Olympic season! This...

Hush Little Beachcomber

FOR THE WEEKEND, share this fun summer time title with your child!  Hush, Little Beachcomber is appropriate for children of all ages. Summary:Hush, Little Beachcomber tells of all the fun to be had in the sun and at the beach. Following the rhythm of...

RAR’s Summer Book Sharing List & Tips

Share these fun titles this summer! Summer has arrived and Raising A Reader has created a list of recommended titles for summer straight from the RAR collection. You will find 40 titles (20 English and 20 Spanish/Bilingual) to delight and entertain during your summer...

The Library

FOR THE WEEKEND, share this fun title with your child!  The Library is appropriate for all ages. Summary:Follow the story of Elizabeth Brown in The Library from author Sarah Stewart and illustrator David Small.Elizabeth Brown was different than the...

A Garden for a Groundhog

March is upon us…which means, Spring will be here to greet us soon! Gear up for some sunny days, warmer weather, and new growth with our Spring themed title recommendations this month. FOR THE WEEKEND, share this fun title with your child!  A Garden...

Fletcher and the Falling Leaves

FOR THE WEEKEND, share this fun title with your child!  Fletcher and the Falling Leaves is appropriate for a pre-K audience and is a perfect book to curl up on the couch under a blanket with this fall. Summary:Fletcher the fox has a favorite tree; a...

10 Reading Tips for Families with Busy Schedules

1. Carry books (or other reading material with you) wherever you go! 2. For kids that don’t get motion sickness, read while traveling in the car. 3. Instead of listening to music, listen to an audio book. 4. Create a reading challenge or competition with friends...