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May22
Gallop! a Scanimation Delight

Gallop! a Scanimation Delight

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Gallop%20Scanimation%20book.jpgI love innovation and this book takes the ubiquitous picture book to the next level using “scanimation” technology to make art literally move. Watch horses gallop and butterflies flutter across the pages.

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Apr18

When is it okay to lie to children?

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“The Easter Bunny’s not real, right?” Henry asked me one night. We had just finished reading a bedtime story, and had moved on to the bedtime deep philosophical discussion. Without thinking, I replied, “Nah.” He didn’t say anything. Crap, I thought. Had I made a grave error? I didn’t think much was at stake, when […]

Apr10
The Best of the Tooth Fairy

The Best of the Tooth Fairy

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Martha%20Stewart%20Tooth%20Bears.jpgEver wonder where the Tooth Fairy comes from? What’s the going rate for a lost tooth? Find out and let us know what the fairy pays in your ‘hood.

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Apr04

Kids and computers: is early exposure all that important?

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The other day, my husband expressed his concern that Henry is, at the tender age of 5 and a few months, a computer semi-illiterate. Surprising as this may be for the child of two parents who are on the computer almost all the time, Henry has little to no interest in the computer. He rarely […]

Mar07

Boys on this side,girls on the other: is single-sex public education a good idea?

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The New York Times magazine this week covered the single-sex public education movement. Of course single-sex education is nothing new—just ask parochial and private school students. But as stories crop up of how our school system fails boys and girls, the idea of segregating students in public schools by sex is gaining credibility. In the […]

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