Childrens New Releases

Children's literature is for readers and listeners up to about age 12. It is often illustrated. The term is used in senses that sometimes exclude young-adult fiction, comic books, or other genres. Books specifically for children existed at least several hundred years ago.

New Releases Tagged "Childrens"

Dragon Pearl
The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise
The Unteachables
The Whispers
Genesis Begins Again
Click
Planting Stories: The Life of Librarian and Storyteller Pura Belpré
Under My Hijab
Hands Up!
Mary Wears What She Wants
Where Is My Balloon?
This Promise of Change: One Girl’s Story in the Fight for School Equality
Fearless Mary: The True Adventures of Mary Fields, American Stagecoach Driver
Dress Like a Girl
Bird and Squirrel All Tangled Up (Bird & Squirrel, #5)
Meet Miss Fancy
Miss Mink: Life Lessons for a Cat Countess
The Duchess and Guy: A Rescue-to-Royalty Puppy Love Story
Hats Off to Mr. Pockles!
Sleepover at the Museum
I Am Mr. Spock (Star Trek)
I Am Captain Kirk (Star Trek)
The Story Pirates Present: Digging Up Danger
Oh No, Bobo!: You're in Trouble
Duck and Hippo: The Secret Valentine (Duck and Hippo #4)
You Are My Magical Unicorn
Benice: An Adventure of Love and Friendship
The Secrets of Winterhouse
Hex Vet: Witches in Training (Hex Vet, #1)
Kitten Trouble (Bad Kitty)
I'll Love You Till the Cows Come Home
The Impossible Crime (Mac B., Kid Spy #2)
Stewart's Best Pen

Rick Riordan
Rick Riordan The Hidden Oracle (The Trials of Apollo, #1)
His Favorite Mythology Books: Mount Olympus can't contain all the gods in these recs from the mythology lover whose new series begins with The Hidden Oracle.
More Good Minds Suggest…
Christopher Hitchens
To terrify children with the image of hell, to consider women an inferior creation—is that good for the world?
Christopher Hitchens

Shel Silverstein
I cannot go to school today" Said little Peggy Ann McKay. "I have the measles and the mumps, A gash, a rash and purple bumps. My mouth is wet, my throat is dry. I'm going blind in my right eye. My tonsils are as big as rocks, I've counted sixteen chicken pox. And there's one more - that's seventeen, And don't you think my face looks green? My leg is cut, my eyes are blue, It might be the instamatic flu. I cough and sneeze and gasp and choke, I'm sure that my left leg is broke. My hip hurts when ...more
Shel Silverstein

More quotes...
Lit Chicks Podcast This Group is for discussing episodes we've recorded and planning future episodes for the lit ch…more

10 members, last active 10 days ago

This group is designed for discussion of juvenile fiction (fiction designed for ages 7–12).

1 member, last active 13 days ago

Children's Books From picture-books to juvenile fiction, award-winners to overlooked gems, the world of children'…more

4,441 members, last active 12 minutes ago

Devon Book Club For book lovers of all kinds who live in, work in or just love Devon and want to be part of this…more

423 members, last active 5 hours ago

The Lost Secret of Fairies-First Pages
1 chapters — updated May 09, 2010 08:30AM — 2 people liked it
A Collection of Short Stories
18 chapters — updated Dec 03, 2017 05:00PM — 0 people liked it

Tags

Tags contributing to this page include: childrens, childhood, childhood-books, childhood-favorites, childhood-reads, children, children-books, children-s, children-s-books, children-s-fiction, children-s-lit, children-s-literature, children-ya, childrens-and-ya, childrens-books, childrens-fiction, childrens-lit, childrens-literature, childrens-ya, childrensbooks, dzieciństwo, genre__childrens_general_fiction, infanzia, kiddie, kiddielit, kidlit, kids, kids-books, książki-z-dzieciństwa, little-kids-books, medium-kids-books, read-aloud-to-child, and read-children-s-books
DeezLoader Reborn V3.1.0 final (Windows) | File Manager | Responder