Portland creators are getting in on the boom.
The Portland Monthly team shares the non-pandemic content keeping us sane this week.
Portland Monthly Staff
Corona for kids
A kids book about COVID-19 is available for download from the website—and it’s free.
The Disney+ original, based on books by cartoonist Stephen Pastis, premieres Friday.
James John Elementary doesn’t have a ton of wealthy parents. But the book-loving culture there runs deep.
Read-alouds on racism, feminism, money and more that you can't buy on Amazon.
Meet Klawde, Feline High Commander of the planet Lyttyrboks and protagonist of a new middle-grade series by Portland's Emily Chenoweth and New Jersey's Johnny Marciano.
A Portland couple—she's an illustrator; he's a children's book writer—pay tribute to 44.
From toddlers to tweens, a new hiking manual aims to inspire the next generation of trailblazers.
The Portlander talks research, the power of art, and the need for cultural respect when telling people's stories.
The recent crop boasts poetry, biographies, and a Mo Willems stamp of approval.
It's all about the kiddos.
The goalkeeper has four kids' books under his belt already, and he's finding fans.
School’s out, sun’s out. From tales of resistance to interplanetary travel to a trailer park in Eugene, this crop of local young adult writers has summer reading covered.
Culture Cheat Sheet: Books
It’s Ramona’s world. The rest of us are just living in it.
Meet Your Maker
“If you want to make a living as an artist, you have to do a lot of everything.”
6 places to bring your babes to toyland, from a Portland kid's perspective
With new titles out quicker than you can say Jackaby, Oregon has become a nest of children's writers catering to all ages. We've picked out five with books out this year for your bedtime story fodder.
Step aside, people. Three-year-old Claire knows exactly what she wants—a stuffed giraffe.