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Celebrate National Teddy Bear Day on September 9

In 1902, the 26th President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt, was on a hunting trip in Mississippi, when he refused to shoot a bear. The owner of a candy store in Brooklyn, New York, named Morris Michtom, read about the incident, and he and his wife, Rose, created a stuffed bear in his honor – Teddy’s Bear. Read More

The Pre-K and Kindergarten Collections

Our beautiful 10, 20, and 30-book collections for Pre-K and Kindergarten bring together Big Books and Picture Books perfect for sharing with students as they develop the cognitive and social skills necessary to set them up for success in kindergarten and beyond.   Our 2022 Collections for Pre-K… Read More

The Spanish Collection

These 10, 20, and 30-book collections, written in Spanish and organized into assortments of fiction or nonfiction, are available for Kindergarten-1st Grade, 2nd-3rd Grade and 4th-5th Grade. Multilingual learners in every grade band will find something to love! Collections priced at $159.00 (10 books), $318.00 (20 books), and… Read More

August 30 is National Beach Day

Danish author Hans Christian Anderson wrote the fairytale, The Little Mermaid, almost 200 years ago. In 1913, a statue was placed along the beach in Copenhagen, Denmark, to celebrate the well-known story and its author. And today, the statue of The Little Mermaid is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Denmark. Celebrate National Beach Day with these stories about mermaids! Read More

The Hispanic/Latín Heritage Collection

These beautiful 10, 20, and 30-book collections celebrate Hispanic/Latín history and culture. Collections priced at $159.00 (10 books), $318.00 (20 books), and $477.00 (30 books).   10/20/30 book collections celebrating Hispanic/Latín Heritage Sole Source This product is offered exclusively by Bookelicious, Inc. Read More

Back to School Around the World

Children all over the world typically go back to school following their summer holidays. This means that school starts in August or September in the Northern Hemisphere, and January or February in the Southern Hemisphere. But even though many kids start school at the same time, what it means to go back to school may be very different. In Caracas, Venezuela, children can take a gondola to school. In a remote region of Colombia, children get to school by riding a zip line. In the Philippines, there is a schoolhouse made almost entirely of recycled soda and water bottles. There are floating boat schools in Bangladesh and a school shaped like a giant cat in Karlsruhe, Germany. To celebrate Back to School Month, here are some great books about different ways to go back to school! Read More