Oftentimes, when we think about comic books, we think of superhero comic books that are mostly for boys. Fortunately, this isn't entirely the case any more.
Your child is never too old to be read aloud to. Here are a few book suggestions to begin spending time reading with your child!
A new picture book biography of Arturo Alfonso Schomburg, whose enormous book collection formed the basis of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, is an artistic and literary achievement.
Looking for a challenge this summer? Work your way through 101 Books to Read Before You Grow Up and 101 Movies to See Before You Grow Up!
Are your kids driving you nuts with "I'm bored!"? Check out the library for awesome books to keep them entertained all summer long!
Planning a road trip this summer? Get your kids involved in the planning.
Audiobooks are a great way to make reading come alive for readers of all ages and at all levels. They can be particularly helpful, however, for children who need to sharpen their reading skills.
Textbooks are filled with the accomplishments of men throughout history but where are all the women?
Here is a simple book that children can easily make. All you need is paper, scissors, ribbon and glue.
When my son discovered video games I thought we'd lost him to the world of pixels and sprites forever. Games were like candy for his eyeballs, and what kid doesn't like candy?