It may seem like there are a million children’s books out there, but there are an even greater number of proposed books that never see the light of day. Thankfully there are publishing professionals who are willing to make those hard choices so that we parents don’t end up reading any of the following to our kids…
I am always on the lookout for websites with good children’s stories, and here is an excellent site that I have found with stories from Japan, translated into English. The stories are cute in and of themselves, and by looking at the themes that repeat most often one gets a sense of what life lessons are most important to the Japanese. Read more
I am 44 years old, and I have never had to change a flat tire. I’ve had three flats on my car and now one on my bike, and every time a stranger appears out of nowhere and jumps right in and changes my tire for me. Does this mean I have the look of a damsel in distress? Read more
When Mommy dropped the Kayla and Joanie off at school one Friday morning, she was in a terrible rush and forgot all about the permission slips for Zoo day. She was running so late for work that instead of going all the way into their classrooms, she hugged and kissed each one quickly at the door and sent them into the school on their own.
Just a silly survey.
Click here to see results as they come in: https://surveys.google.com/reporting/survey?survey=e4b6z3wzujsdht4yokxbptezbqRead more
RDH is the state of elation achieved from serendipitously finding a wonderful opportunity that would never have stood out if you were systematically searching for it.Read more
Barnabas might look like a mean dog who barks at anyone coming near his yard, but when his family adopts an annoyingly cute kitten he discovers his big, soft heart.Read more
You still have time to give your children this amazing opportunity, but you have to act fast!
I remember reading and rereading A Apple Pie when I was a little girl, and I recently went looking to see if I could find a copy for my kids. Whilst looking for it, I discovered that the author-illustrator, Kate Greenaway was one of the most influential children’s book illustrators of the 19th century.
Have you ever tried to do something other people said was impossible, and then had to struggle through setback after setback? Jack and his quest to bring a fine gift for the princess’s birthday party is just such a story.