August 30, 2018

The Denver Art Museum has out together a list of books that take a creative approach to viewing the world. For each recommended book, they provide few questions to spur creative conversation.

Author: Denver Art Museum
Source: Denver Art Museum 
Estimated time to read: N/A

July 18, 2018

Explore books for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers, handpicked by the New York City librarians.

Author: The New York Public Library Staff
Source: The New York Public Library
Estimated time to read: N/A

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June 12, 2018

Check out Publishers Weekly‘s (the magazine of the book publishing industry), picks for the picture books to read this summer. 

Author: Publishers Weekly 
Source: Publishers Weekly
Estimated time to read: 02:15

June 4, 2018

In this article Harvard Graduate School of Education faculty members provide research backed, age-appropriate tips for parents to motivate their child to read.

Author: Mary Tamer, Bari Walsh
Source: Usable Knowledge, Graduate School of Education
Estimated time to read: 08:00

May 16, 2018

In this article, Maria Russo, the NY Times children’s books editor of the Book Review, recommends new picture books for little kids.

Author: Maria Russo
Source: The New York Times
Estimated time to read: 04:00

May 7, 2018

This guide outlines the reading and language skills that children develop at different ages and suggests activities to help develop these skills.

Author: Harvard Graduate School of Education
Source: Reading Rockets
Estimated time to read: 10:53


Check out this top ten list of books that support children’s understanding of numbers.

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A large body of research has shown that communicating with infants every day, even before they can use words, benefits their brain development. But it is not always easy to communicate with babies since they can’t talk. Watch this brief two-part video series by the Canadian Pediatric Society and learn how to communicate with infants and nurture their developing brain.