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February Books For Kids

Covid, winter, remote school, etc…Our kids are spending a lot of their time at home and they may be needing new stories to help their imaginations run wild. New books are always an amazing way to keep our kids engaged, imagining, and asking the important questions. Because its also Valentine’s Day this month I definitely had to include some sweet stories about love and the ones we love. I hope these stories help all your children to keep dreaming big.

The Rebel Girls series is a favorite in our household. Such important stories for inspiring girls and boys alike.
A sweet story about the joy of sweet friendships. Readers will fall in love with Squeakey and Button.
This fun interactive sticker book story is a great addition to any little library. Filled with fun facts and colorful illustrations.
Readers will find a clear description to racism, how to identify it, and what one can do to stop or prevent it. A conversation that should be happening in all households.
Amanda Gordon captivated our hearts during the presidential inauguration. This story allows you to bring her voice home inspiring the next generation.
Meet our first dogs! Champ is so excited to be back in The White House and show his new brother Major around!
As the only child in her building Agnes becomes so excited when another little girl moves in. but this little girl is more of a mystery than Agnes was anticipating.
A fun story about a city kid on a long subway ride. To pass the time he studies the faces of other passengers and imagines what their lives must be like.
Valentine dream for being a ballerina in her Valentine’s Day story. While Valentine may be clumsy she is determined.
Scott Kelly was born to discover. But to properly explore, he must recharge his energy, and sleep in his fuel.
Kids love a “Would you rather” challenge. This makes for a fun and funny addition to a Valentine’s Day gift.
A sweet story about the bond between grandmothers and granddaughters. This book brings generations together.
From #1 New York Times best-selling author Alexandra Bracken comes a magical graphic novel about discovering your own power, perfect for fans of the Amulet series and Howl’s Moving Castle.
This is an educational storybook that celebrates the beauty of diversity.
This is a super cute movie with an activity booklet! How fun does that sound? Stream Lilly’s Light and your children can interactively play along with the printable booklet.

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