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Baby Lit Board Books 

Author Jennifer Adams and artist Alison Oliver, have published a Baby Lit series that is such a great way to get kids familiar with these literary classics. Plus, what a fun way to teach them about colors and numbers! Read below to learn a little more about each of...

Paint, Pencils, And The Wild City Books

I don’t think any of my kids could live without their set of colored pencils, they enjoy them more than crayons and use them frequently for all kinds of projects. InThe Pencil Book they not only uses pencils to make art, but even uses pencils as the art, like with the...

Project Kid 

As a mom who loves crafts, I’m really happy that my daughter loves them, too. I spent hours looking through Childcraft as a child and my daughter does the same thing with her own crafting books. Project Kid has so many great creations and I think my daughter could...

Finger Knitting Fun

My tween daughter knows how to do some basic knitting with needles and so she was very interested in Finger Knitting Fun. She took the book and started learning from the helpful photos and text how to do the simple, standard finger knitting technique. She caught on...

Let’s Get Crafty!

Let’s Get Crafty with Fabric and Felt has lots of simple and fun ideas and my kids have enjoyed making crafts even when they were very young. It has clear and easy to follow instructions and photos for each craft. So far, we’ve made the adorable pom-pom...

Blue Boat

I grew up “on the water” and often wondered about the different kinds of boats I saw floating by each day. This book is a charming rhyming story about a heroic tugboat that saves the day. It explains what tugboats do and why, all with cute illustrations...