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Treat yo’ kids: ‘Parks and Recreation’ children’s book is here

10.06.2020 · Posted in Technology Articles

Looking for the perfect way to treat yo' self and the kids in your life? A children's book inspired by Parks and Recreation is coming, so you can officially call off your search. Parks and Recreation: Leslie for Class President, written by Robb Pearl... ...

“The Pout-Pout Fish” is a truly terrible childrens’ book series for teaching about consent and mental health

My first son was born in early June. As terrifying as it was to have a premature child during an outbreak of police violence in the middle of a pandemic, it was made worse by The Pout-Pout Fish. I don't know which of my mom's friends (presumably) bought us this book at the baby shower. ...

7 new children’s and young adult books to read for Black History Month — and beyond

02.21.2020 · Posted in Technology Articles

Black History Month is almost over but there's never a bad time to introduce your child to books about black heroes and their contributions to American history.  It's no secret that kids' history classes tend to gloss over black history and usua... ...

Prisma’s style transfer tech creeps into kids’ books

The style transfer craze kicked off by an app called Prisma a couple of years ago led to a tsunami of painterly selfies flooding social feeds for several months, as we reported at the time, before the rapacious, face-snapping hoards shifted their attention toward fresh spectacles. But that’s not the end of the story. The same tech ...

‘P Is for Pterodactyl’ alphabet book teaches kids some anomalies of the English language

P Is for Pterodactyl: The Worst Alphabet Book Ever is a fun new alphabet book written by rapper Lushlife that shows kids just how nutty the English language really is (rules schmules!):

Turning the traditional idea of an alphabet book on its head, P is for Pterodactyl is perfect for anyone who has ...

Teachers Enrich Learning through Kids’ Books

04.12.2010 · Posted in Humanities Articles

At a time when teachers are faced with increasingly scarce resources, they are recognizing the value in adopting children's books, children's music, and kids' DVDs that are multidisciplinary and can do double- or triple-duty in the classroom. ...