Introducing little bee chapter books

Hello friends, Happy New Year! One of the things we’re most excited about as we kick off 2017 is the official launch of little bee chapter books. Just last week, the “sweet and spunky” (Kirkus Reviews) Tales of Sasha series made its debut with two brand
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Meet Moomin!

Have you heard of Moomin? If you said yes, we’re sure you love Moomin just as much as we do. If you haven’t, well… you don’t know what you’re missing! Sizzle Press will be releasing The Moomin Coloring Book on May 2, 2017 and to
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Kids’ Reads to Honor Black History Month

February marks Black History Month, an important time to recognize and learn about African American history and contributions.  Here are some wonderful books to read all year round, especially during this time of the year.   Trailblazer: The Story of Ballerina Raven Wilkinson, by Leda Schubert,
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Behind the scenes with Meg Fleming

Time to explore the high seas with Ready, Set, Sail! We chatted with author Meg Fleming about this fun picture book! And for more fun on the fun on the sea, check out the activity kit.   1.When did you first realize you wanted to be a
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10 Books to Read After You Finish The Alien Next Door #1: The New Kid

Space shouldn’t be the final frontier for young readers.   There are so many great space-based books out there, featuring zany robots, friendly aliens, and plenty of adventurous astronauts. Outer space might not have an atmosphere, yet it has proven to be fertile ground for
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Behind the Scenes with Nina Crittenden

To celebrate the book birthday for The Three Little Pugs, we went behind the scenes with author/illustrator Nina Victor Crittenden.   When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer and illustrator? I wanted to be an illustrator ever since I was a
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Behind the Scenes with Luke Flowers

Grab your life vest, we’re hitting the high seas with Ready, Set, Sail! illustrator Luke Flowers! And for more fun on the fun on the sea, check out the activity kit. 1.      When did you first realize you wanted to be an illustrator? When I was in 2nd grade
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