A list of great ideas for any stage, from newborn to school-age.
''F**k, Now There Are Two of You" is Adam Mansbach's latest expletive-filled bedtime story.
Not a damsel in distress in sight.
Only America's sweetheart could get away with this.
I couldn't read, "I love you, right up to the moon and back," without thinking that the moon would always be there, but my child would not.
Kids Bedtime Reading About Cooking: In Combating Eating Disorders, Can Food Be Its Own Best Defense?
"Listen to the stories your food can tell you," my Italian granddad always says. So commences the bedtime story In the Kitchen with Grandad. Running to 26 pages and focusing on Italian cuisine, it is the first paperback in a series of vignettes on international cooking.
This is exactly what Casey Cole was thinking. After growing tired of listening to the same songs when putting his newborn
Neighbors From Hell delivers on its' blunt title. Neighbors is a satirical volume in the style of a children's bedtime story. It's about the real monsters lurking in your neighborhood.
This series is about taking storytelling beyond storytelling and letting your children connect the dots between stories and science. Part 1 carried some great examples. Here are some more fabulous ones.