The New York Times has announced that it will launch a monthly Kids section with dedicated content for young readers: The New York Times for Kids .
Their first Kids section debuted in May 2017 and was so well received by young readers – there was even an online petition – that The Times decided to make it a monthly feature of the newspaper. Read more
It’s time to start thinking on Christmas’ presents and there is a book in my wish-for my little ones on December the 24th: Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls.
I am sure you have already heard about this great book, filled with brave women’s stories that will inspire your girls, and your boys too. Now they are launching Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 2, and I can’t wait to order both of them!
Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls Volume 1 and Volume 2 contain about 200 tales of extraordinary women and it is the perfect Christmas gift.
MY GOLDEN TICKET BOOK is one of my last discoveries. A personalised children’ s book edited by Wonderbly, a London-based startup, in collaboration with Roald Dahl Literary Estate. This book will bring your kids to Willy Wonka, world-famous Chocolate Factory.
Honoring Roald Dahl Day, the team worked closely with the Roald DahlLiterary Estate to create a Wonka-filled adventure, where everyone wins a Golden Ticket. Many of the elements are based on the original story of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory— incorporating vivid and colorful visuals.
If you are the type of family that love discovering how things work, if you like explaining science in an easy way and building gadgets with your kids “This book is a Planetarium” is your book.
A pop up book that contains a constellation-projecting planetarium, a strummable musical instrument, a geometric drawing generator, a perpetual calendar, a message encrypter and decoder, and a speaker that amplifies sound.
When you are considering or soon to be a parent, you guess that the most difficult task you will face is how to educate your children. But when you become one, there is a reality that was not part of your initial equation: kids are surprisingly clever negotiators. How can we avoid those all-too-familiar wails of “That’s not fair!” and “You can’t make me!”?
Jealousy, envy and the sense of justice are concepts that are present in every negotiation between parents and their kids.
As a mother of two, I sometimes lose my temper, so I’ve decided that It’s time to put strategic thinking into practice. The book we are talking about today, can teach us parenting strategies that will work, no matter how smart our kids are.
What do you do books are truly great picture books that explore in an easy, kid-friendly tone how you can nourish ideas, and what you can learn from problems.
What do yo do with an idea? is the story of one brilliant idea and the child who helps to bring it into the world. As the child’s confidence grows, so does the idea itself. And then, one day, something amazing happens.
We believe in creative, adventurous kids. Of all ages. Cute & kids.
We think that children can enjoy the same things that we do. Maybe from a different angle, but always adding value and a new perspective to our old way of enjoying things.
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