On this day in 1899, American writer E.B. White was born. Widely known for his works such as Charlotte’s Web and Stuart Little, he shaped lots of childhoods.
Five authors open up about the importance of gender representation and how they describe LGBTQ+ characters in their children’s books.
Even though Winnie-the-Pooh by AA Milne was originally published in 1926, its advice still rings true today. Children of all ages have at least heard of Winnie-the-Pooh, Christopher Robin’s stuffed bear.
Many things have changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and that includes the way children are being taught. Now, author J.K. Rowling has granted open license for teachers to use the Harry Potter book series as a teaching tool while kids are being homeschooled. image via forbes Teachers are now allowed to read from Rowling’s books via video recording in order to teach their students. It is very important for children to keep reading, especially in times like these. So Rowling and her agents the Blair Partnership have temporarily taken away the copyrights to allow teachers to read …