Take some time out of your day to learn about these thoughtful and empowering books that shine light on what it truly means to live with autism – and how we can support friends and family on the spectrum.
If you follow this blog, you know by now that I love children’s literature. Simple, but also profound, these stories capture your hearts with meaningful lessons. Check out these three stories, all written by Black authors, that educate, enlighten, and inspire children and adults alike.
In the spirit of heading back to school, check out these three wonderful children’s books. They are essential companions that will help kids everywhere as they face all that comes – good and bad – with going to school and growing up.
Whether you live in a city and tend to a little box garden, use a community garden, or have land of your own to grow crops, these books will help you live a healthy life centered around a working farm. They also will help you value and appreciate the beauty of our land’s biodiversity and grow closer to the food you eat. So, check out these three fascinating books. They are abundant with useful information to help you learn more about gardening and sustainable agriculture.
Our Book of the Day is the perfect story to share with children before going back to school. The book is called Sparky’s Bully Workshop, and it is a great resource to prevent bullying. I cannot stress how important it is to teach children at an early age how harmful bullying is, and how important it is to stand up to it.