Children’s Books

Celebrating Dr. Seuss with lesser known books, quotes, and characters!

Celebrating Dr. Seuss with lesser known books, quotes, and characters!

Maybe as you read Dr. Seuss to your kids, the rhymes and writing style leave you tongue-tied. Your kids laugh, because that’s half the fun, but you can’t remember your own parents or teachers ever slipping while reading Green Eggs and Ham. As sure as Sam I Am ended up liking green eggs and ham, […]

Must Read: How to Babysit a Grandpa/ma books

Must Read: How to Babysit a Grandpa/ma books

Confession: Every now and again there comes along a children’s book that I want for my collection. Not my daughter’s. Mine. Ooh, that sounds bad, like I need a return trip to kindergarten. I promise I’m very good at sharing. Pinky promise. To the point, though, is just such a book (actually two) came on […]

Summer Reading Lists for Preschool-6th Graders

Summer Reading Lists for Preschool-6th Graders

We’ve talked about avoiding the summer slump by giving you suggestions to encourage reading this summer, now we’re back with an outside of the box, age-appropriate summer reading list for kiddos preschool age to 6th grade! So if you’re looking for some book suggestions before heading out to the library or book store, check out […]

Billings Public Library brings Michael Berenstain and ‘The Berenstain Bears’ to Billings

It was Saturday, February 8, 2014, the snow was falling and the temperature had finally inched its way above zero, as a crowd gathered outside the doors of Billings Public Library anxiously awaiting a reading by author Michael Berenstain, son to Stan and Jan Berenstain and taker over of the family legacy that is The […]