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Encourage a love of reading by letting your kids choose books that they want to read. Try some of these mom- and kid-approved picks and watch how a few minutes of reading each day will reap a lifetime of benefits.

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New York Times Bestselling Author Luvvie Ajayi Jones Wants Teens To Change the World by Making Good Trouble
Ajayi Jones' new book, 'Rising Troublemaker: A Fear-Fighter Manual For Teens,' helps teens see the characteristics in themselves that society deems troublesome are exactly what they can use to change the world.
Is Child Welfare Protecting or Policing Black Children?
A new book by the author of 'Killing the Black Body' claims child welfare is surveillance by another name and its disproportionately affecting Black families.
9 Easter Books for Kids to Read After the Egg Hunt
From modern bestsellers to classics that feature favorite characters like Peter Rabbit, these Easter books are perfect for filling your child’s basket. 
Actor-turned-Author John Cho's Best Advice for Parenting—and Life: 'Walk it off!' 
With his new children's book Troublemaker, John Cho stirs up some good trouble, tackling racism, riots, and parenting through pandemics and problems. 
5 Favorite Children's Book Authors Share Their Best Strategies for Raising Readers
Author Olivia Cole gathers some of your kids' favorite authors—who are also parents—to spill their bests tips and tricks for choosing children's books for their own little readers.
Kristin Chenoweth Highlights the Power of Adoption in Her New Children's Book: 'Such a Beautiful Thing'
The Tony- and Emmy-winning actress and singer is bringing attention to adoption and kindness in What Will I Do with My Love Today? The star opens up about her own adoption and what she hopes families will take away from her first children's book.
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Ciara and Russell Wilson Release Children's Book 'Why Not You' To Inspire All Kids 'To Pursue Their Dreams'
Celebrity parents Ciara and Russell Wilson spill the secret to the "organized chaos" of parenting three kids, their inspiration behind the picture book, Why Not You.
Author Morgan Harper Nichols Says Healing, Rest, and Play a Practice of Black Resistance
In an interview with Kindred, the Instagram poet and author of All Along You Were Blooming and Peace is a Practice talks about Black history, her Southern upbringing, and giving grace to ourselves.
LGBTQIA+ Books Are Under Attack as More Bills and Bans Take Them Out of Libraries and Classrooms—Here's How Community Members Are Fighting Back

School boards are becoming political playgrounds as the increase of book bans threatens to take LGBTQIA+ resources and representation out of the hands of students.