Tag: children

Resources for Home-Schooling (And Adulting) During Quarantine

The Editors of Reader’s Entertainment New have compiled a list of great educational options for those home-schooling during this quarantine. These links include a wide spectrum from Pre-K thru high school, and...

Scholastic Home Base Digital Book Fest!

Home Base Virtual Book Fest is an online celebration where authors and kids can engage with each other in exciting new ways! From themed costume contests to online Q&As to trivia events, kids...

Children and Teens Reading on Tablets

Recent research conducted by YouGov has found Gen Z - those between the ages of 8 - 11 have the highest percentage of readers using tablets at 74%. The percentages go down...

4 Books Every Parent Needs to Read

A Guest Post by Dixie Somers Those who become parents are familiar with the challenges that come with raising children in each stage of their development. It can also be difficult to know...

Book Trailer Feature: National Geographic’s Just Joking Cats

https://youtu.be/YwdEZaUu6OU   What’s funnier than cat videos? Cat jokes! Find hundreds of infectiously funny feline jokes, facts, and photos in this adorable book for kids about cats of every stripe, breed, size, and species....

Early Reader Helps to Better Prepare Your Kids for Kindergarten

When you think of childhood milestones, one of the biggest academic achievements is learning how to read. Kindergarten teachers see children in their classrooms at varying levels of early literacy skills. Parents...

Blurred Lines: Reasons Why Your Child Might Be Struggling to Read

Learning to read is the first enormous milestone in any child’s life. When this skill doesn't come naturally through the learning process at school, parents and educators must come together to problem-solve...

Edison at Home? Everything You Need to Fuel Your Kid’s Experiments

Kids today seem to spend most their free time connected - whether it's to an iPhone, tablet, or a game console. While you may be doing your part as a parent and...
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BOOK REVIEW: “SUBTERRANEAN” BY JAMES ROLLINS

“SUBTERRANEAN” BY JAMES ROLLINS Ashley Carter is a single mom (to Jason) and a Paleoanthropology Assistant Professor specializing in cliff-dwelling primatives. What in the world would the...

National Poetry Month, Sign Up for Knopf’s “Poem a Day”

The Academy of American Poets officially designated April as National Poetry Month beginning in 1996. This annual celebration highlights the extraordinary legacy and ongoing achievement of American poets...