It’s nearing 8 p.m. on a midsummer’s eve, and while there’s not a wide eyelid in the house, your crew’s obviously not going down without a story or two. However, Corduroy’s found his button enough already, the pigeon has certainly […]
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Summertime should be filled with water-balloon fights, sleepovers, piles of books, and squeals of laughter. So we’ve rounded up some books sure to make your kids giggle all summer long. Just make sure they’re not drinking any soda when they […]
Planning an upcoming family road trip to D.C.? What about a class field trip with dozens of middle schoolers? With its free museums and wealth of historic sites, Washington, D.C., is a great place to immerse kids in U.S. history. […]
The demand for vibrant, thoughtful children’s books that celebrate the multicultural society we live in has never been greater. What better way to help children learn at an early age that the world is filled with many different kinds of […]
You’ve checked Facebook, raided the fridge, counted sheep, and you still can’t sleep. Use the time to expand your horizons with these books—they’re at least four times as effective as sheep-counting! Elizabeth and Mary—Cousins, Rivals, Queens, by Jane Dunn If you’re tossing […]
Your best friend’s kid (or your own) may not be as wildly anticipated and crazily commemorated as little George Alexander Louis, but he or she still deserves a creative stack of books to curl up with at night. Everyone loves […]
I would like to preface this post by pointing out that I find nothing less interesting than a farm. Dirt, smells, poop, the threat of back-breaking labor, all send me scurrying toward the safety of the nearest climate-controlled building, […]