KIDS!! Vote for Your Favorite Books!
GREAT NEWS! Three of our books are finalists in this year’s KIDS’ BOOK CHOICE AWARDS. The awards are organized by the Children’s Book Council. The Kids' Book Choice Awards are the only national awards that are chosen by kids. Please, encourage your kids to vote for their favorite books in several categories. Voting will end November 13. VOTE HERE! Magination Press finalists by category are: For Favorite Book Cover: All the Feelings Under the Sun: How to Deal With Climate Change, by Leslie Davenport, cover by Jessica Smith All the Feelings Under the Sun: How to Deal With Climate Change is a timely, thoughtful book that will help young readers work through their feelings of anxiety about climate change. Through informative text and activities, the book gives children age-appropriate information about the climate crisis and gives them the tools they need to manage their anxiety and work toward making change. For Best Info Meets Graphic: Big Brain Book: How It Works and All Its Quirks, by Leanne Boucher Gill This is a fun primer on psychology and neuroscience that makes complex psychological phenomenon and neural mechanisms relatable to kids through illustrations, interesting factoids, and more. For Favorite World Changer: The Heroes from The Hero Handbook, by Matt Langdon Heroes take chances, do hard things, and sometimes even change the world. To become a hero, kids can surround themselves with supportive people, boost their self-esteem and self-awareness, find their passion, and have the courage make things happen. This book shows them how to be the hero of their own story and discover their own hero journey. What makes a hero? Activists, advocates, allies, and friends. Sometimes heroes are our parents, teachers, or siblings. The truth is, heroes are inside everyone, and kids can and discover their inner hero, too!Read More