The man behind the award
Randolph Caldecott's illustrations have provided inspiration for hundreds of children's picture books.
Beloved author continues to enchant young readers
Imaginative characters never go out of style.
Witness to murder
Can twelve-year-old Smith uncover the murderers' motives before becoming the next victim?
Does gender matter?
Is inclusive language necessary in children's literature?
The worst thing about summer vacation
The dreaded required reading list.
Is there truth behind this legend?
A possible origin of the Hungarian people.
Should young ladies know how to swim?
A must read for young women hoping to marry someday.
A story that tugs at the heart
A classic read-aloud for younger children.
War pits brother against brother
An award winning book about the American Civil War.
A Treasured Classic Revisited
A fitting conclusion to the trials of Mister Toad.
Books of innocence and experience
Why are so many adults reading young adult literature? It used to be the other way around.
A “Must Have” for Every Child’s Personal Library
An absolutely charming collection of stories from the woman who wrote the lyrics to "Morning Has Broken."
The Adventures of Richard Hannay
A quintessential spy story.
The Swallows and the Amazons Series
Three families of children enjoy themselves outdoors.
A modern retelling of an old fairy tale for young adults.
An amusing yet touching memoir of life in Wisconsin during WWI.
The Secret Garden
A timeless classic
The Door in the Wall
This classic Newbery winner teaches some important lessons.
The first book in a science fiction trilogy from a beloved children's author.
A tale in the mould of Stevenson or Scott.
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