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Finding the Heart in Children’s Lit

“It’s not important, in the end, whether a child is waltzing to Tchaikovsky or to Strauss. The most important thing is that she is waltzing.”

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The Smartest Kids in the World: The Smartest Book on Education You Can Read

It takes no expert to prove the education system in the United States is broken. Our children consistently graduate high school lacking the skills to keep America competitive in the world market. We’ve slipped in education, respect, and overall mission as a country. Author Amanda Ripley set off on an unprecedented journey to find out why. Using an aggregate of […]

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ChopChop by Sally Sampson: Where Have You Been All My Life?

Recently, I had the outrageous fortune of receiving one of the best resources I’ve come across since having children (pregnancy calendars notwithstanding), and that is ChopChop: The Kids’ Guide to Cooking Real Food with Your Family by Sally Sampson. Why is this one of the best resources I’ve encountered since I’ve become a parent? Because it teaches kids the basics about food, […]