Golden Ticket to Literacy | RoAR
Random Acts of Reading (RoAR) is committed to promoting literacy confidence for all children by providing exciting and equitable access to quality diverse books, authors, and opportunities to proudly share their own writing and ideas, through an innovative literacy program built around book vending machines.
6 Benefits of Creating E-Books for Children
Welcome to the world of Willy Wonka and The Ultimate Guide To Charlie And The Chocolate Factory.
A Round-Up of Kidlit Books for International Women’s Day
One of the many excellent ways to introduce the next generation to the importance of global observances like this one is with BOOKS. Here are some amazing Kidlit Books for International Women’s Day
Easy Ideas for Better Winter Mental Health
Easy Ideas for Better Winter Mental Health. What do you do to keep active and chase the winter blahs away?
What Are Random Acts of Kindness & Why Do They Matter
Random acts of kindness are an empowering thing. Doing good always makes a positive difference to both the giver and the recipient.
Another Charming Dragon Tale: The Dragon Who Didn’t Like Fire
Another Charming Dragon Tale: The Dragon Who Didn’t Like Fire. This delightful story by author Gemma Merino is a story about acceptance, difference, and unconditional love.
A Story That Invites Readers to Protect Our Beaches: The Purple Shell
Veteran author and long-time participant in the online diverse reading initiative, Multicultural Children’s Book Day, Maritza M. Mejia shares her newest bilingual story (English & Spanish): The Purple Shell.
The Top Audrey Press Articles of 2022!
So who is the Tooth Fairy, really? Historically, The Tooth Fairy has been known as a fantasy figure from childhood in Western and Western-influenced cultures. This loving part of family tradition has endured the test of time, and in honor of that, here are some #picturebooks and Tooth Fairy facts. Enjoy!