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Millennial Parents: Are they really different? | By Ann Oldenburg
Being a new parent can be overwhelming. At times you think you’re going through something no one has ever gone through before. That’s partly what prompted Jake Greene, 35, writer/producer/director and father to kids ages 3 and 1, to come up with Millennial Parents, a funny web series that focuses on Kurt (Lea Coco) and [...]
Are the new Amazon and Netflix kids shows any good? | By Ann Oldenburg
I was recently on a plane, sitting next to two young kids. They looked to be about three and six years old. Soon after we all got settled into our seats, their mom handed each of them a tablet. The kids plugged in their headphones and were mesmerized for much of the nearly two-hour plane [...]
Start with a book! | By Parents' Choice
Rachael Walker, our dear friend at Reading Rockets, has lots of resources and ideas to help encourage kids to learn, read, and have fun this summer. Start with a Book, features 24 kid-friendly themes, like dinosaurs, building, animals, sports, superheroes, music and more! Each theme introduces young readers and their families to great fiction and [...]
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Parents’ Choice Book Awards: Fiction | By Parents' Choice
The pages of these Parents’ Choice Award winners practically turn themselves. The War that Saved My Life, The Missing Pieces of Me, Black Dove, White Raven, One Thing Stolen, The Water and the Wild, The Cottage in the Woods and Some Kind of Magic.
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Parents’ Choice Awards: Picture Books | By Parents' Choice
If you’re headed Home By Trolley Past Thimbledon Bridge, keep an ear out for Trombone Shorty. He’s no longer The New Small Person and he knows how to Telephone. In other words, the latest Parents’ Choice Award-winning Picture Books are utterly delightful.
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