Tag Archives | Children’s Picture Book

Operation Storytime

Thanks to a few ingenious members of the United States Military, their families, contributions of noble supporters, and partner organizations, United Through Reading (UTR) was born. Through their free UTR App, deployed service members and Veterans can video record themselves reading a book then send it, along with a free copy of the book, to […]

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Exploring Wonder: Strategies for Keeping the Flame of Learning Alive

In an ever-changing world, the ability to pursue knowledge with passion and dedication stands out as a key ingredient for success and personal fulfillment. Cultivating a love of learning in children from an early age lays the foundation for a lifetime of exploration, curiosity, and growth. This Books Uplift article guides you through practical strategies […]

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Promising Pages

The world becomes infinitely bigger when a child is given a book. There, they discover new worlds, life lessons, and exciting opportunities. But another world-changing opportunity arises when a child shares a book with another. This is what the charity Promising Pages is all about. The Charlotte, North Carolina based charity began by regifting books […]

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Snowy Valentine

Jasper Bunny goes on the hunt for a Valentine’s Day gift for his wife, Lilly. In need of inspiration, he turns to his friends but ends up caught in one trick and trap after another. Until a little bird gives him the answer he seeks, only then Jasper realizes the perfect gift was right in […]

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Author Q&A With Zoe Twitt

Zoe Twitt is a children’s book author from Victoria, Australia. Zoe graduated from University of Melbourne with a degree in Creative Writing and began creating children’s stories after the birth of her son Angus. He loved her stories from an early age, and sat for hours helping her to develop characters. Her children’s picture book […]

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Author Q&A With Jessica Sinarski

Author and speaker, Jessica Sinarski’s LPCMH superpower is making brain science accessible and entertaining for children and adults alike. Extensive post-graduate training and 15+ years as a therapist, consultant, and educator led her to create the resource and training platform—BraveBrains. In addition to speaking engagements all over the country, Jessica partners with schools, child welfare […]

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Author Insights: How Books Can Ease Children’s Anxiety

When you’re anxious, you need to release it. Though many turn to unhealthy releases—substance abuse, overindulging, irrational behavior—liberation and long-lasting results can only be found in healthier forms of release. It’s innate. When anxious, the need to restore our bodies to a calm state of homeostasis takes precedence, and the search for release can be […]

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