All posts tagged "children’s literature"
20 Of The Best Children Books To Re-Read As An Adult
Enjoy all over again.
There’s a New Anne of Green Gables Coming to Netflix, and She’s Actually a Redhead This Time
Anne of Green Gables is getting a remake from Netflix and the woman who wrote the best episode...
Harper Lee Is Publishing A To Kill A Mockingbird Sequel, Cue A Collective Squeal From The Entire Internet
Harper Lee is coming out with a second book this summer, and it's a sequel to To Kill...
Struwwelpeter Parenting: The Hot New 1845 German Parenting Style You Have To Try
Each of the ten poems in Struwwelpeter contains rhyming couplets describing in detail the gruesome downfall of children...
Reading Anne Of Green Gables Is A Family Tradition In Our House & Publishers Just Ruined Her
Anne Shirley and I go way back. Way, way back. We've been close since I was in elementary...
I Hate To Get Judgey, But How Hard Is It To Read Your Kids A Bedtime Story?
Parents, I try to be supportive of all our hard work. I know we're all doing the best...
On Winnie The Pooh’s Birthday, Let’s Look At His Best Words Of Wisdom
86 years ago today, the world was introduced to one of its most beloved children's characters. It was...
Why I Told Off The Woman Who Shamed My Pre-Schooler’s Book Selection
This week at Barnes & Noble, I put aside my distaste for public displays of anger and completely...
What Do Girls Need To Survive? According To Scholastic, It’s BFFs, Stardom And Clear Skin
It's the literary equivalent to LEGO Friends. This girly guide just doesn't cut it.
Reading About Sex Will Not Make Your Daughter A Whore
Whether your tweens and teens are reading YA or diving into your selection of romance novels, they're going...
In Honor Of Jan Berenstain, Children’s Literature Characters We Can’t Get Enough Of
This week, the world of children's literature lost one its most beloved authors and illustrators. Jan Berenstain, the...
Gallery: Spooky Books To Get Young Kids Ready For Halloween
Halloween is lots of fun, but it can also be a scary time for little kids. All that...
Banned Books Week: Censoring Books Is Like Teaching Only Abstinence
In fourth grade, an extraordinary teacher read our class Zlata's Diary, a powerful book from a young girl...