Best of 2020

Children’s Books in the Time of COVID

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year

Where the Sidewalk Ends Is Where You’ll Find the Socially-Distanced Line to Enter Trader Joe’s

The Ugly Duckling Feels Less Self-Conscious About His Appearance When He Wears a Mask

Oh, the Places You’ll Go Once 80% of People Have Been Vaccinated

There Is a Monster at the End of This Book, and It Represents the Politicization of Mask-Wearing

Green Eggs and Ham: A Quarantine-Cooking Experiment Gone Awry

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Has Been Less Interested in Eating Since Losing His Sense of Smell

Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel Are Worried About the High Positivity Rate Among Construction Workers

Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus Without Thoroughly Disinfecting It First

On the Night You Were Born, No One Could Have Predicted You’d One Day Attend Kindergarten Via Zoom

James and the Giant Peach That Got Bruised During Instacart Delivery

Harriet the Spy Knows Which of Her Neighbors Are Having Maskless Gatherings

Charlotte’s Web of Coronavirus Conspiracy Theories

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, Don’t Worry; COVID Isn’t Food-Borne

How to Train Your Dragon to Eat Anti-Maskers

Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret, and I Have Some Questions About Death

Make Way for Ducklings, Because Who Knows, They Could Be the Next Animal to Spark a Global Pandemic