Children experience a wide range of feelings, some of which are difficult to suppress because of their magnitude. The manner in which a kid processes their emotions varies from child to child, but acquiring the skills necessary to do so is an essential component of maturation. The following is a list of some of our favorite books that may assist children in better managing their emotions.
There are around 30,000 to 35,000 volumes stored in a classroom at Atlantic Middle School in Quincy, in addition to two private garages. These books are in the process of being given to a school in Zambia.
An elementary school in Buckeye Valley School District in Ohio invited Jason Tharp, a picture book author, to speak to students. It's Okay To Be a Unicorn!, however, was not allowed to be read aloud at school when a parent protested. The book is about embracing one's uniqueness and embracing one's differences.
Through Its App, The New York Public Library Makes Previously Prohibited Books Available To The Public For Free
At no cost, the New York Public Library wants every American citizen to have access to works that are now prohibited from being read. On Wednesday, the NYPL unveiled a new service that allows anyone—not just library cardholders—to browse, borrow, and read a selection of contested (and frequently prohibited) books for free. End of May is the deadline for the initiative named Books for All.
Persepolis is Satrapi's graphic memoir about growing up in Iran and Austria during the Islamic Revolution. The book has won various honors since its release in two parts in 2000 and 2004, including multiple prizes at the Angoulême Festival in 2000, 2004, and 2005. Since its publication, it has been the subject of multiple challenges and bans, ranking #2 on the American Library Association's list of Most Challenged Books for 2014 and #40 on the ALA's list of Most Challenged Books from 2010 to 2019. The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has used the book as a case study in censorship. The controversy over Persepolis in the Franklin Region will continue, as the curriculum committee of the school district must now submit a recommendation to the school board on whether or not to teach the novel. There's no information on when that may happen.
An 8-year-old's hope to share his original book with others has led to a 55-person waitlist at an Idaho library.
The following 5 stories are some of the best Christmas classics. We hope you enjoy them just as much with your family this Christmas Eve!