For Thanksgiving books, we prefer to focus on gratitude, inclusion, and kindness, as well as sharing positive information from Native Americans themselves that accurately reflect their culture, history, and continued strength in the face of adversity.
For those children that struggle to enjoy reading, comics, and especially graphic novels, are a great solution. They tell a complete story, have developed characters, and combine visual cues with written words to add more emotional depth. Here are six great new choices out recently.
Kids love setting up their own lemonade (or a watermelon in this case) stands during the summer. Here we discuss how our young active citizens donated their proceeds to a cause that’s been on their (and the nation’s) minds.
A reader needs advice on whether she is overreacting to her sister’s pregnancy announcement which was made via a baby shower invite by one of her friends. Her sister is hurt because she was by her side during her IVF process. We have thoughts.