How Is My Brain Like a Supercomputer?: And Other Questions about The Human Body (Good Question!)

All children want to understand how their body works, and this lively illustrated book explains it all, from what DNA is to how their heart pumps blood.  How Is My Brain Like a Supercomputer?: And Other Questions about The Human Body (Good Question!) keeps your kids' attention, and they won't even realize they are learning.  You may even learn ...continue reading

Review: A Great and Complicated Adventure

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<img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8254/8674686653_71f6188607_z.jpg" width="388" height="55" /> Toon Tellegen's uniquely imaginative tales conjure up a wondrous world where cakes fly, trees can walk, and letters are made of cream, chestnuts, and honey. Once more, his popular characters—the squirrel, the ant, the elephant, and their ...continue reading

Countdown To Christmas: Toddler Tools

Since I have a toddler, I thought the Toddler Tools book line would be perfect for my house. Listening Time is a great book for teaching your kids about how to be good listeners.  Both my eighteen month old and four year old like to read it.  It is a board book, so it can't be destroyed either.  I love that it also helps to work on body parts too.  The ...continue reading

Countdown To Christmas: Only Hearts Club

Up until recently, I had never heard of the Only Hearts Club.  The Only Hearts Club are real dolls for real girls. There are eight culturally diverse dolls.  They dress like real kids, are poseable, and are nine inches tall.  Their names are: Taylor Angelique, Karina Grace, Olivia Hope, Briana Joy, Lily Rose, Anna Sophia, Kayla Rae and Hannah Faith.  These ...continue reading