You might notice we’re all about choice at Book Trust. It’s true.
Very special thanks to our guest contributors, Kate and Justin Rose. The Kate & Justin Rose Foundation has been supporting Book Trust and students in need in Orlando, FL for many years.
This year at The PLAYERS Championship, Morgan Stanley is partnering with Book Trust once again, a national nonprofit dedicated to removing barriers to literacy by allowing children to choose, …MORE ››
Hey, I’m Adrienne! I’m Book Trust’s founder.
This is the start of my new Book Trust blog - Found Books. I’m a bit of a book nut, and each month, I look forward to sharing part of my collection with you as I contrast a vintage children's book with a current one.
Diversify Their Reading Material
The winter months can be a hard time for young students. The excitement from the holidays and winter break has passed, days are short, weather often keeps us indoors, and the school year is about halfway through. Because of all these factors, it is not surprising that many studies have found that students' performance often drop during these winter months.
2019 READING RESOLUTIONS!
Nothing will build the bond between you and your little one like learning something new together.
WELCOME TO 2019 — A YEAR OF READING!
What if we told you there was a New Year’s resolution that was great for your child’s brain, allows you to spend more time with your little one, and is fun?
Winter break can be a tricky time to keep your kids interested in books and learning. We have compiled a few more creative ways to keep your kids' learning alive over the holiday.
October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month and while not everyone may identify as having a disability, the more people learn about disabilities the more understanding communities become for those who do.
Did you have a favorite book as a child? One that you remember reading over and over again? This may be the perfect story to revisit with your little one! Seeing you passionate about sharing a story or a favorite character is sure to pique the interest of your children.