“Scholastic is not safe for your child," the conservative anti-LGBTQ group warned parents.
Some Donald Trump stories wouldn't even get a PG rating.
Everyone is talking about tolerance these days, perhaps as a result in need to redefine "tolerance" in a world that has lost its innocence over intolerance and constantly tries to adjust to new realities.
The allure of the Captain Underpants series is lost on some adults. Rife with flatulence jokes, characters with puerile names like Professor Pippy P. Poopypants and starring an unlikely superhero in tighty-whities, the series topped the American Library Association's list of Most Frequently Challenged Books in both 2012 and 2013.
The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers has publicized national award recipients for the 2016 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the nation's oldest, most prestigious awards for creative teens in grades 7-12.
Last year, Patterson boldly entered into new territory by launching Jimmy Patterson, a children's book publishing imprint
The protests over A Birthday Cake for George Washington are part of a longer and larger campaign for children to learn the truth about history and the world today.
The picture book was strongly criticized for its upbeat images and story of Washington's cook, the slave Hercules and his daughter, Delia.
I grew up on a diet of books by the master rhymer, Dr. Seuss. I devoured Green Eggs and Ham, the Sneetches and that crazy cat on the loose. As a teacher for 20 years, I did lots of rug read alouds. Rhyme sure does please the little listener crowds.
“George,” the first transgender children’s book, hits the shelves.
And for those who think they may be suffering from BED or another eating disorder, Emily has a message for you: “What you
-- To accept it, they asked me to give a five-minute inspirational speech in front of about 1,000 people! I love supporting
As I grew older, I was surprised to find that the things I couldn’t do were somewhat odd to other people. I was tone deaf
Fired up, they wrote an essay about it and sent it off to big-time newspapers. To their surprise, The New York Times agreed
Brittany’s problem began before she even realized what was happening. As she worked her way through her leftover Percocet
We can stock our children's lives with stories and in this way, help them achieve academically and also inspire them deeply. Summer can be a transformational season for your child as a reader. Here are five ways to make sure this real-time magic happens.