June 2023 brings us an embarrassment of riches in new nonfiction books, including nature memoirs and a look at the Troubled Teen Industry in The Elissas by Samantha Leach.
It's road trip season! These thought-provoking road trip nonfiction books are about hitting the road to search for something larger.
In these 8 new nonfiction releases, you can lose yourself outside, dive into history, or learn about others’ lives. Start with Soil: The Story of A Black Mother’s Garden by Camille T. Dungy.
With May being Jewish American Heritage Month, one writer charts the way to crafting one's own Jewish reading list.
Ask most homeschoolers what’s one resource they can’t live without, and they'll say, “The library!”
It's almost National Park Week! Here are eight suggestions for books to read to celebrate the national parks, for kids and adults.
Get to know the work of Gail Gibbons, a prolific writer of nonfiction for children.
Is your kid hungry to read more books like this best-selling series? Find more book series like Diary of a Wimpy Kid here, like The Magnificent Makers: How to Test a Friendship by Theanne Griffith and Reggie Brown.
Nature improves kids' moods and can help with focus, and these books will help kids foster an even bigger love of nature. Start with Grand Canyon by Jason Chin.
These spellbinding middle grade fantasy graphic novels include dragons, witches, magical worlds, imaginary friends, and much more.