The best books for kids and their parents in 2018

Children are a treasure trove of stories and experiences.

They are the ultimate treasure trove for parents.

And they can be hard to find.

As a child educator, you’re working to keep children safe, fed, and healthy, but there are so many other things that can make or break your kids’ educational journey.

The best kids books for parents in the news of the week.

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“Tiny” by Emily Pajares and Julie Ann Molloy (Pajares/Molloy) 1.2K Shares Share This is a guest post from Emily Pappas, a science writer, educator, and mom to three boys.

She lives in New York City.