We love visiting schools and sharing our books with young readers! The students at Miller School in Waldoboro Maine drew us these wonderful thank you cards after a recent school visit.
We love their inspired cards!
How To Make a Book
Check out our video on how to make a book. This features “Mouse in the House”. We hope you will enjoy watching the process!
Two book signings this weekend!
Please join us this weekend for two events–one in Bath and one in Falmouth. See you there!
With spring comes the arrival of frogs, which always reminds us of Nana Quimby and her experience with “Too Many Frogs”. We don’t think there’s such a thing as too many frogs! Have you heard frogs singing in your neighborhood yet? We listen to their chorus each night in our back field. Happy spring and happy reading!
Finest Christmas Tree
We love when families tell us that The Finest Christmas Tree is part of their Christmas tradition!
Here is Adam enjoying reading the story to his son.
Merry Christmas everyone!!!
Do you enjoy when someone reads aloud to you? Are you just learning how to read and want to read along with someone? Check out this sweet video from a fan, as she reads “Cat Up A Tree“!
News from Holiday House today
A Chinese edition of Come Back Ben is coming soon! Can’t you see Ben floating over China with his red balloon?
Children’s Book Fair By the Sea
Come join us at the beautiful and historic Camden Library for their 13th annual Children’s Book Fair By The Sea. We will be there signing our books and chatting with our readers.
Date: August 18th 2018
Time: 1-4 pm
Bookstore partner: Sherman’s Books Camden
See you there!
The Gift of Bob!
Goodnight Bob and Bob’s Rock are the perfect gift for the toddler, pre-schooler or beginning reader on your holiday list.
Here’s what reviewers say…
“Soothing and succinct…This gentle book is a peaceful bedtime selection and a suitable read-aloud in a bedtime-theme storytime.” School Library Journal
“A sweetly simple bedtime book with a reassuring message.” Kirkus Reviews
“The controlled vocabulary and repetition make this picture book a good segue for fledgling readers.” —Kirkus Reviews