Books like "Charlotte's Web" by author E.B. White remain timeless as classic children's reading selections, spanning many generations.
"The Babysitter's Club" was an immediately popular book series with the release of the first title "Kristy's Great Idea" in 1986.
Author Brad Skafish of Burns Harbor uses his two cats as the inspiration for his "Bad Cats" series of children's books.
Author Brad Skafish describes his feline friend books for children as "nine lives worth of mischief and learning."
When it comes to raising readers, you know the drill: start young, share books aloud, visit the library, and be a good role model. But what if your child still hasn't caught the spark?
Anne Marie Holler hopes her first children's book will worm its way into the hearts of young readers.
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