While COVID-19 has held back learning, the pandemic presents a historic opportunity to revamp education systems.
Picture books and young adult biographies can introduce kids to design-based thinking and engineering habits like creativity and persistence.
A new understanding of the importance of Grade 1 is beginning to change writing education. If your child is missing important basic skills, talk with your child’s teacher to create a plan.
Publishing houses face strain, and in some cases, closure, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Authors are looking for alternative ways to get their work to readers.
Popular psychology is all over book shops, podcasts and Netflix specials. The value of these ideas is hotly debated but even unguided, self-administered bibliotherapy may bring mental health benefits.
People tend to think of digital media as entertainment, so they devote less mental effort than when they’re reading a printed book.
Science and comic books have been cross-pollinating each other for some time (think Spider-Man). But kids can learn a lot of valuable science information from comics books too.
Lockdown life accelerated the role of digital technology in the virtual classroom, but there is still no substitute for physical books in children’s lives and learning.
From talking about death to understanding grief, these picture books can help parents start a difficult conversation about death with young children.
One way to help children learn the words they need to thrive academically is by reading aloud from books and news sources that use both narrative and expository writing.
Millions of people are reading young adult fantasy novels like Twilight or A Court of Thorns and Roses. But the way sexual consent is depicted in these can be confusing or even harmful.
The closure of physical buildings doesn’t have to mean that new readers should miss out on literary history
Where solitary reading drives us into ourselves, reading aloud can be a deeply sensuous experience
Three education experts explain why students aren’t learning the basics.
We have compiled a list of award-winning or shortlisted picture books that depict various aspects of diversity.
Get past the first 100 pages and you’ll see that Joyce’s style of writing mostly goes against what philosophers understand of the stream of consciousness.
Too much screen time doesn’t leave enough time for other important parts of growing up. Predicting which little kids will likely grow into heavy tech users could help target educational campaigns.
Want to read more but feel overwhelmed or struggle to find the time? Here are five tips to help you on your way.
Books can help children develop a sense of identity. But when characters of color are portrayed negatively, that can send a wrong message to kids.
Children who may not want to read for pleasure can be influenced to take it up.