The Magnolia mama wrote "We Are the Gardeners" with children in mind, and her own kids helped create it.
The 'me, me, me epidemic' is a real problem with kids. The good news? It's totally curable.
The TODAY anchor has taken the inspiration for her second book, "You Are My Happy," from her nighttime routine with Haley Joy.
Love or hate him, the Elf on the Shelf has changed the Christmas season. So why was the book originally turned down by every publisher?
She's a big Harry Potter fan!
A video of a Scottish grandmother laughing uncontrollably as she reads the children's book "The Wonky Donkey" to her grandson has sent sales soaring.
Their recommendations range from the traditional to modern classics.
Plus, four timeless tips to get every kid reading this summer
Brad Thor, author of the best-selling Scot Harvath series, shared his summer reading list picks on TODAY.
The successful author and illustrator shares why there's a bit of himself woven into the main characters in 'Captain Underpants.'
Can you hear me now?
From thrillers to fantasies to romances, there's something here for everyone.
Meg Murry has been empowering girls for more than 50 years. She is unapologetically smart and outspoken. She made it acceptable, even desirable, to be nerdy....
We're siriously excited to prepare some of her recipes!
I used to believe contentment was something that you were either born with or without. And it wasn’t until I became a stay-at-home mom that I realized that...
It wasn't always easy having Ali for a father, but it could be great fun at times. This excerpt from Jonathan Eig's new book, "Ali: A Life," explores the Ali...
Every home has a story, and this Maine farmhouse where author E.B. White lived until his death in 1985 has quite a popular one.
Baldwin's best role of all is dad (especially when it comes to bedtime stories)!
From "The Velveteen Rabbit" to Judy Blume's oeuvre, everybody has a favorite book from childhood. Did yours make our final cut?
"I Love You with All My Butt! An illustrated book of big thoughts from little kids" is just as funny as it sounds.
Julian Lennon has fond memories of having stories read to him as a child. Now, he's reaching out to a new generation.
Our children hear everything, feel everything and repeat everything — and that's why I've found myself seeking out inspiration from books.
The collaboration between Savannah and parent educator Allison Oppenheim will be released later this year.
For families who enjoy both Christmas and Hanukkah traditions, a new children's book gives them an elf familiar with dreidels and menorahs.
The host of "Watch What Happens Live!" has been pouring his heart out into his diaries, and he's revealing he might be ready for his own next chapter.
Kelly Clarkson talks motherhood and her new children's book, "River Rose and the Magical Lullaby," on the TODAY show.
When your husband wakes up for work at 4 a.m., you get an extra dose of nighttime shenanigans from the kids. Christina Geist reports.
Anna Dewdney, author and illustrator of the beloved "Llama Llama" children's books, passed away September 3.
This author says mothers risk greater heartbreak if they don't prepare themselves for the transition to an empty or emptier nest.
"A Mother Is a Story: A Celebration of Motherhood," features a beautiful collection of quotes and illustrations about the power of mothers.
It's the most feared curse in 'Harry Potter' lore, but what do you do if your own kid tries to use it on you? J.K. Rowling weighs in.
More than 500 books pour in from children's lit community for an 8-year-old girl who loves to read and lost everything in a house fire.
I have one of those jobs I don't really talk about at cocktail parties — especially around suburban parents with young children.
Bedtime duties "are all precious to me. They are the way I say, 'I may have been gone all day, but I'm here now and I love you.'"
"Once we let go of what we thought 'should be' and fully embraced what works for our little family, we saw Mareto blossom."
"What started out as a task to help my premature daughter has, in fact, become such a precious gift to my husband and me."
"Let this be a reminder, my fellow speed-readers: Stop and smell the roses. Enjoy the story, then enjoy the same story over and over again."
"Let them choose! The key is finding what excites them, what they're passionate about, and giving them (reading) options related to that."
"It wasn't until I had my own children, four BOYS, that I understood. ... Let's face it, boys DO NOT sit still."
Here's how one mom watched her kids grow from beginning readers into independent inhalers of entire book series at a time.
"Now I read so that I can smell my son's hair or feel his head rested up against my shoulder."