Top 10 Innovation Books

    This Little Trailblazer: A Girl Power Primer
    6.8
    Series
    01
    This Little Trailblazer: A Girl Power Primer
    Written by Joan Holub & illustrated by Daniel Roode
    Harold and the Purple Crayon
    6.1
    Series
    02
    Harold and the Purple Crayon
    Written and illustrated by Crockett Johnson
    Max's Castle
    6.1
    03
    Max's Castle
    Written by Kate Banks & illustrated by Boris Kulikov
    Beautiful Oops!
    5.8
    04
    Beautiful Oops!
    Written and illustrated by Barney Saltzberg
    The Whale in My Swimming Pool
    5.8
    05
    The Whale in My Swimming Pool
    Written and illustrated by Joyce Wan
    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
    5.8
    #1 in Series
    06
    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
    Written by Mark Twain
    Even Monsters Need Haircuts
    5.5
    #1 in Series
    07
    Even Monsters Need Haircuts
    Written and illustrated by Matthew McElligott
    Lily Wool
    5.3
    08
    Lily Wool
    Written and illustrated by Paula Vasquez
    The Bad Beginning
    5.3
    #1 in Series
    09
    The Bad Beginning
    Written by Lemony Snicket & illustrated by Brett Helquist and Michael Kupperman
    The Town of Turtle
    3.8
    10
    The Town of Turtle
    Written by Michelle Cuevas & illustrated by Catia Chien

"Imagination is not only the uniquely human capacity to envision that which is not, and therefore the fount of all invention and innovation. In its arguably most transformative and revelatory capacity, it is the power that enables us to empathize with humans whose experiences we have never shared." - J.K. Rowling The importance of innovating and creative problem solving is no well-kept secret. Every list of the latest must-reads seems to include an ever-growing spotlight on books profiling and praising the creators and makers of today. Innovation isn't a skill we either have or don't have. The reality is, for most successful innovators and for most of us, creativity is a learned skill. Creativity takes practice. Creativity takes a consistent, iterative effort before we develop the confidence we'll need to invent cures to diseases, solve complex social issues, or write code for world-changing apps. One of our guiding principles is that early learning is powerful learning with compounding effects, so we've compiled a list of the best children's books with characters who demonstrate creative thinking and unique approaches to the problems they face. These books introduce children to new ideas and teach them about thinking outside the proverbial box.

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