We’re half way through summer! But realistically what does that mean for us anyways. With school very well potentially not resuming classes in the fall, this whole year feels like a parents twilight zone. But I do know our kids have to continue learning and reading no matter what their upcoming school year looks like. Not only do children’s books serve as educational tools towards their school lessons, but in the societal climate we are in simple stories about understanding, compassion, and equality are some of the most important life lessons they can take with them into their futures. I hope this list inspires all your littles to always use bravery, kindness, and equality when facing new experiences.
August Books For Kids
A sweet story about a boys fascination with his mothers hair. A loving reminder of the special bond between mother and son.
This is an excellent resource to help teach our children the history and importance of voting. A perfect addition for election year.
Follow Escargot, a French snail as he heads to the library in hopes of finding a story about a super hero snail! Will there be one?
The WorryWoo Monsters Series is a greta collection of books for kids. Addressing every day growing pains and behavioral anxieties children might face.
Rosie hasn’t been loving bedtime lately but with the help of Charlie she finds a routine that makes her excited.
Readers will discover how Focused Ninja learned key tools in helping him focus on tasks. A great addition for young students learning from home.
If your children are returning to school, they’re going to have a lot of questions about what we all just experienced as a world. This book will help them adjust to going back to school.
Readers will twist and shout for this headbanging companion to the #1 New York Times best-selling We Don’t Eat Our Classmates.
Generations of children have treasured the story of Sara Crewe, the little girl who imagines shes a princess in order to survive hard times at Miss Minchins London boarding school. Now, this classic novel is available in two beautiful new collectors editions.
Twelve-year-old Lanesha lives in a tight-knit community in New Orleans’ Ninth Ward. She doesn’t have a fancy house like her uptown family or lots of friends like the other kids on her street.
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