When you’re looking for recommendations for your child’s summer reading, it’s easy to find recommendations from adults: teachers, librarians, book experts and other parents most often. But are those really the most relevant choices for your kids? Will they resonate with those books the same way adults do? Kids start from scratch with their perspective of the world, and they want to read books about kids they can relate to.
The truth is that kids read books their friends and classmates recommend. But how can you, as a parent (or educator), find those books? Continue reading →