In November 2014 Ferguson, Missouri, and surrounding neighborhoods were in the midst of several nights of rioting and looting. But something happened during all of this. Something that didn't make many headlines -- a movement called "Paint for Peace."
Author Michael Dotsikas's debut children's picture book, Benjamin Birdie's First Flight, is a masterfully written, spirited
"You guys are making me so nervous," Pharrell said at his kids-only press conference.
Lyme Disease has grown to epidemic proportions with more than 300,000 new cases annually in the U.S. alone.
How do we eliminate the bias against black skin which seems to be so inextricably linked to issues of discrimination that have a real impact on the progress of African-Americans? Economic investment, legal reform and improvements in education are certainly needed. But, I also believe that positive multicultural media is part of the solution.
As Deja notes, the deceptive simplicity of the gouache and watercolor paintings in the books was difficult to imitate. But
As a holiday gift to history buffs, or really anyone interested in anything, The British Library has uploaded one million
You're judicious, and are likely not only to abide by the rules, but to enforce them as well. You may have an inflated sense
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If you were ever curious where designer Jonathan Adler got his child-like imagination, you can thank one Miss Piggy. This
How do you raise children in the digital age? In part three of my interview with her, Randi Zuckerberg talks about parenting issues in an era where technology is so accessible to kids. She also discusses the children's book she is writing.
Jarrett J. Krosoczka is a children's book author and illustrator who created the Lunch Lady series of graphic novels - and
Check out a preview of "You Can Do It, Bunny!" "There were a number of times that I had come close to landing my dream job
Art Spiegelman, the man behind the graphic novel Maus, was a member of the team that made the cards. So he was a natural to write the introduction for a new book, called simply Garbage Pail Kids.
A chubby young girl with Pippi Longstocking braids stands in front of the mirror holding up a too-small pink dress and sees a different version of herself. Her mirror image is thin. It's the cover of a (disturbing) new children's book.
I always stress the classics because I don't want children to miss them. But I am keeping my eye out for great titles of the last twenty years.
There are an estimated 27 million small businesses in the United States. And 27 Million and Counting is our attempt to capture
After years of buying books at Narnia Children's Books in Richmond's Museum District, best friends Jill Stefanovich and Jenesse
I tore a piece of paper and realized I could turn it into the mouth of an alligator. When I saw that, I decided I could have fun in my studio, playing with smears, smudges, drips, holes and whatever else I could think of.
The publisher behind a coloring book for children that espouses the beliefs of the Tea Party says he has received death threats