Dr. Molly Barrow holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and is the author of Malia and Teacup Awesome African Adventure and Malia and Teacup Out on a Limb—an adventure series for ages 9 and up.
Author: Bianca Schulze
The more ways that you can present a learning concept to a child, the better. This is why I think that Er.u.di.tion, a board game for ages 3 & up, should be a family and school staple—and is most likely why it has been the winner of numerous awards.
I don’t know about you, but we certainly have a large collection of tutus at our house. Too too many tutus in too too many different colors. I can’t let my daughter hear me say that—she is of the belief that a girl can never have enough tutus (or books about tutus, for that matter).
As a writer for the Chicago Tribune, Author Julia Keller wrote a three-part series about traumatic brain injury. This experience, combined with the many real-life stories she was reading about American soldiers who were coming back home from Iraq and Afghanistan with brain injuries, was the motivation behind this incredible story.
Elissa Weissman has written a wonderfully thought-through novel that shows us that friendship can be made, even between the most unlikely characters.
Monday, February 15, is Presidents’ Day. I’ve put together a list of three books that are very well suited. One about the First Family, another that lists all of the presidents—with biographical details, and one that is simply a lot of fun and includes wacky facts about the United States.
10 beautiful books for Valentine’s Day—poetry, love, and stickers.
850 A.D. Mayans, Coming of age, Parent-child relationship, Jungle animals, Courage
Fun, Energetic, Full-Color Picture Book Which Integrates Easy-to-Read Rhymes and Engaging Imagery to Spark the Imagination of Children of All Ages (Lots of Silly Bats, Too!)