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Egg Carton And Cardboard Tube Crafts

When I was in college, we had a guest speaker, a well-known inventor, who said there were two reasons to invent things: Either there was a pressing need, or a surplus of something that you wanted to do something productive with. This egg carton craft book would...

Fantastic Picture Books

One of my children has taken on a comparative mindset lately, which isn’t serving her well. Which is why I’m delighted to get “I’m the Happiest” for her. The story offers a clever story which helps kids acknowledge that often...

Ada Twist Scientist

Ada Twist Scientist would be a help to any family with an eager-to-learn child. Here, a family struggles with an inquisitive child, until they realize that she’s really a miniature scientist, and everyone pitches in to answer life’s questions — and...

Talulla Bear’s Bedtime Book

When my kids were younger, I’d read the classic “Goodnight, Moon,” to them, in hopes that realizing everyone and everything is going to sleep would help them realize that they, could/should/would go to sleep, too. Now, they’re a little too old...

Kid’s Drawing Books

Walter Foster Jr. has a great selection of art books for kids, including teaching them how to draw. Below I’m reviewing some of their titles that will help children learn and enjoy creating their own drawings. We have some little artists in our home, and I want to...

The Last Kids On Earth 

I’d actually love to see a movie version of The Last Kids on Earth, which tells a comic story about a team of friends facing off against zombies and monsters at the end(?) of the world. I enjoyed the first person narration as it describes the clever weapons and...