children’s books

Bedtime story is key to inspiring young girls to dream big. The books we read as children have a great power in shaping who we eventually become as adults, which is why promoting quality children’s books that empower young girls is crucial to raising the next generation of trailblazing women. So, please, next time you…

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You may have seen the awesome Google Doodle today: one of the best thus far, we think, dedicated to the 200th anniversary of a book that changed children’s lives – the Grimms’ Fairy Tales. A screenshot of today’s Google Doodle The Grimm Brothers’ stories have become the classics of children…

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We love Hindu mythology. Of course! What’s not to love about thousands of gods with incredible powers who have a head of elephant, or many arms, or blue skin? And, even better, sometimes they look like this: All images by Sanjay Patel These brilliant illustrations are part of Sanjay Patel‘s…

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Just because we are all digital it doesn’t mean we don’t like books. Quite the opposite, we love love love books. And what we love even more is stumbling upon treasures like this: the Library of Congress’ collection of rare classic children’s books… online! Those wonders are just a click…

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One hundred and eight years ago today, the world welcomed Theodor Seuss Geisel, better-known as Dr. Seuss — legendary children’s book author, radical ideologist, lover of reading. We are celebrating him with one of the first screen adaptations of our favorite title: The Cat in the Hat. Enjoy!  

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Universe has just reissued one of the rarest children’s book of all time, the only one ever made by designer Saul Bass. It’s the story of a young boy who, after reading a book about Paris, decides to pack a lunch and head for the city.

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