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Do It Yourself

December 17, 2021

You can be a poet too! Follow these steps to write your own poem. Amanda Gorman gave TIME for Kids a writing prompt to get you started: “Think of something that’s important to you. Is it the library or animal…

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Bellen's Sneak Peek

November 22, 2021

Bellen Woodard, 11, is a crayon activist. When Bellen was in third grade, a classmate called a peach-colored crayon “the skin-colored crayon.” “I was kind of confused,” Bellen told TIME for Kids, “because my skin isn’t peach.” She was inspired…

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A Work of Art

October 15, 2021

Making a Great Exhibition shows how art goes from the mind of an artist to the walls of a gallery. Rose Blake (left) illustrated the book. Doro Globus is its author. The book goes behind the scenes in the art…

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Feeling at Home

September 10, 2021

Rashin Kheiriyeh is an author and illustrator. She was born in Iran. Later, she moved to the United States. Her new book is The Shape of Home. It is about a girl’s first day of school in the U.S. “The…

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Ask the Author

April 22, 2021

Jon Klassen is an author and illustrator. He’s written four books for kids. They have been published in many languages. TIME for Kids asked Klassen five questions about his work. Did you always like to write and draw? …

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Read These!

April 22, 2021

Jon Klassen loves picture books. He shared some of his favorites with TIME for Kids. They were published between 1958 and 1969. Fortunately Fortunately, Ned has been invited to a surprise party. Unfortunately, the party is many miles away. Fortunately,…

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The Final Chapter

March 11, 2021

Annie Barrows is the author of Ivy + Bean Get to Work. Ivy and Bean are best friends. They attend a Career Fair at school. They learn about jobs adults can have. But the girls are interested in just one…

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Daring to Discover

February 9, 2021

Suzanne Slade has written a new picture book. It’s called June Almeida, Virus Detective! Almeida was a scientist. She identified the first coronavirus in humans. That was in 1964. From an early age, Almeida loved science. When she grew…

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Colorful Memories

October 15, 2020

Sili Recio grew up in the Dominican Republic. She has written a picture book. It is called If Dominican Were a Color. It is based on her childhood memories. The book describes the country’s culture. It describes the different colors…

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On Point

September 10, 2020

In Bunheads, ballerina MISTY COPELAND tells the story of how she fell in love with dance. As a girl, Copeland was shy. She was afraid of talking in front of people. Dance helped her get past her fears. “Ballet gave…

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