All posts tagged "reading to your children"
The ABCs Of Being A Stay At Home Mom
While there are a few awesome children's books out there, most are dull or downright nonsensical. But...
My Sweet Public Library: A Love Letter
Only you have entire Norton's Anthologies clasped to your careworn stacks, right next to the prints available for...
I See No Issue In Editing Adult Books To Make Age Appropriate Reading
I read a piece entitled "Childproofing Harry Potter" on the NYT Motherlode. Â If you haven't read it, basically...
Awesome Literary Classics Arrive As Board Books But Amazon Reviews Are Bumming Me Out
I wasn't excited about these books because I really thought my two-year-old would follow the complicated narratives of...
‘Librarian Shaming’ Is Your New Favorite Tumblr Dedicated To Librarian’s Secret Confessions
"I'd rather read Â Dr. Who fanfiction than anything from the library"
I Call Shenanigans On One Aspect Of This UK Survey About Reading Kids Bedtime Stories
So, if you have to bribe your kids to listen to a story, what exactly are you bribing...
Even Tech-Savvy Parents Are Nostalgic About Board Books For Their Children And I Hope It Stays That Way
Without concrete reasons to object to e-books for kids, I wonder if this is just slow resistance to...
Study Suggests Gender Differences In Reading To Children But I’m Skeptical
Honestly, reading was one of the first cooperative activities my daughter and I engaged in. It was remarkable...
Sorry Parents, Reading Your Kids The Same Dr. Seuss Book Over & Over & Over Is Actually Beneficial
I cannot tell you the number of times I have read, over and over and over again, Dr....
Grade Expectations: My Pre-K Reading Routine Might Be Obsessive
I've always read to my daughter before bed, but now that my little girl is really working on...
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...
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...
Back To School: ‘Homework Is My Six-Year-Old’s Favorite Past Time’
As co-workers tend to do, Wally and I frequently sit around and share the adorable stories of our...