For Martin Luther King Day, we hear from an artist who makes civil rights heroes leap off the page.
The holiday season is upon us and books make excellent gifts for the littlest readers on your list. Stories inspired by blizzards, the Civil Rights movement and Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousef are popping up on bookstore and library shelves. We consider those and other titles perfect for sharing with the kids and teens in your life.
- Edie Ching Lecturer, College of Information Science, University of Maryland; Member, ALA Notables Childrens' Book Committee; Reviewer, Booklist
- Grace Lin Author and Illustrator; Advisory Committee Member, We Need Diverse Books
Our Winter Reading List: Kids And Young Adults
Looking for a new book for the kids in your life? Here are our top picks.
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