Author Archives: Jason Ambrose

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Our Five Favorite Books This February

This month on Five First Book Favorites you’ll find books that help kids understand civil rights and fair wages, explore different cultures… or even explore the moon! For Pre K – 1st (Ages 2-6) Take Me Out To The Yakyu By Aaron Meshon The narrator of… Read More
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Our Favorite Books for January

It’s a new year, and that means we have more glorious books to rave about!  This month’s picks will spark creativity, help kids understand the experiences of others and take them on journeys to secret underground caves. For Pre-K to 1st Grade (Ages 1 – 6)… Read More
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Our Favorite Books for December

Our five favorite books for the month of December feature caterpillars, pigs (both large and guinea), and several incredible heroines. All make perfect holiday gifts and can be found on the First Book Marketplace. PreK-1st (Ages 2-6) The Very Hungry Caterpillar… Read More
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Five First Book Favorites: November

Here are our five favorite books to read this November — a bilingual special edition and one part of a witty and well-illustrated history series are just two of this month’s favorites! PreK-K (Ages 2-5) Goodnight Moon (Bilingual Board Book Special Edition) written… Read More
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Five First Book Favorites

Here at First Book, we love books (surprise, surprise) and love sharing great books with friends like you. Starting today, we’ll share a new list of the books each month that our book enthusiasts on staff can’t stop raving about!  You’ll find books full of rich illustrations, diverse characters and… Read More
Impact Stories

An Unexpected Journey Meets an Imaginative Fundraiser

First Book works tirelessly throughout the year to provide new, high quality books to students in need.  One of the true pleasures of this work is to know that volunteers, organizations, and communities across the country are working toward the same goal. Recently, we received a wonderful letter that highlighted… Read More