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Raising Readers

Explore our ever-growing collection of resources for parents. How do you raise a reader? We’ve got you covered.

Ah, summer! It's the season of sunshine and swimsuits, longer days and later bedtimes, fireflies and campfires. How will you fill your summer with books? This July and August, keep your bookish imagination alive with these reading activities: ☀️#1. ____…

Summer Art Activity: Coloring Pages!

Summer activities may be limited this year, but you don't need us to tell you that your child's imagination is limitless. These printable coloring pages are the perfect way to spark those imaginations and kindle some new stories in your…

Join our June Community Challenge!

Treat Your Shelf to a Shelfie Like framed family photos and favorite stuffed animals, our books are some of our most prized possessions. We all have treasured ways to display our books at home. This June, show us yours! How…

How to Read With Your Phoenix

Ready or not, here come the preteen years! There are some major life and developmental changes ahead during Club Phoenix. While your child is finding their sense of self and adapting to new changes every day, books can be a…

How to Read With Your Sage

The thrill of cracking open a brand new book. That feeling of endless accomplishment as you reach each new chapter. A delightful realization that time has flown by while you’re lost in a different world. Welcome to the exciting age…

How to Read With Your Nova

The early school years are such a magical time for children. They are beginning to not only absorb the world around them but also to understand it. Your Nova's little mind is making connections and weaving shining webs of intellect…

How to Read With Your Sprout

Ah, the preschool years! Some of the most memorable, heart-swelling moments of parenthood await. Your little reader’s unique personality is starting to develop and shine through. Sharing stories will help your child develop empathy and social skills as they begin…

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