As important as it is for children to recharge, summer break can also set them back in their studies. Here's a few tips to help them retain their skills.
August 9 is Book Lovers Day. And if you love books, you’ll probably enjoy reading a few of the fun facts we’ve compiled about them below.
This year, Saturday, May 5, celebrates Free Comic Book Day. It’s one of the biggest events of the year for the comic book industry.
In recognition of International Children’s Book Day, let’s look at a few tips to keep kids reading when they’re not in school.
It’s not important that you read a whole book on September 6, recognized across America as National Read a Book Day. But it’s great if you can start one.
Each year, April 4 is celebrated as National School Librarians Day—and with good reason. These professionals play an important role in educating our youth.
In the world of children’s literacy, Dr. Seuss, whose real name was Theodor Seuss Geisel, made reading fun with his fantastic art and colorful rhymes.
An estimated 32 million Americans are unable to read basic English. Studies show that reading to children at home inspires higher success rates in school.