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Vote for Me! Book Review
Are kids really interested in candidates campaigning for elected office? In this picture book the candidates’ childish behavior is sure to get their attention and maybe a few laughs, too.

Advice for Discussing Racism with Your Children
Teaching children character building lessons on race relations is one of the most important tasks parents have today. Here are some words of advice to help begin the process.

The Big Green Book of the Big Blue Sea Review
Is it possible to have an educational science book interesting enough that kids will want to read on their own? The author of The Big Green Book of the Big Blue Sea thinks so!

DaddyScrubs Bag O’Books
Products designed with the new dad in mind!

Get Outside Book Review
Get Outside: The Kids Guide to Fun in the Great Outdoors is full of activities which incorporates the four seasons. However, does this book bring any new ideas to family fun or is it just more of the same?

Estranged Siblings
There is no guarantee a painful break in sibling bonds can ever be completely restored, but here are a few ways to help siblings work through the dysfunction independently.

Flower Girl World Review
Is it great to be a flower girl? Lots of girls think so and author Lynelle Woolley has captured this excitement in a series of children’s books called Flower Girl World.

We Bought a Zoo Movie Review
We Bought a Zoo is a film based on a true story, but is it a story that plays out well on the big screen?

Kids and Prescription Drug Abuse
Alarming and disturbing, prescription drug abuse in kids as young as twelve is on the rise. Are parents unwittingly responsible?

The Princess and the Peanut Book Review
Reading a good story to your kids is a great way to educate them on a variety of subjects. The Princess and the Peanut: A Royally Allergic Fairytale uses a lighthearted fairy tale to take on the serious subject of food allergies. However, does this author’s combination for education and fun work?

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