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  1. Family Life
    I have always enjoyed reading out loud with my kids and have done that regularly as a part of our nighttime routine. As our family has grown, making time to read aloud is a little more tricky. But over the past year, I've realized that when we are in the habit of it, I see each member of our...
  2. Waldorf
    Hello, Greetings from Yellow Train! Yellow Train is a Waldorf inspired school, founded on Love for children located in a small city in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. While we have many things here, what we miss is a Library for our children. We are currently running a campaign to get a special...
  3. Toddler & Child
    There are many important reasons to diversify our kids' bookshelves, starting with the simple truth that we live in a diverse world. OurStory is an app that helps you find diverse books. By reading and choosing books with characters from diverse backgrounds, kids learn to empathize with people...
  4. Family Life
    For me, one of the greatest joys of Summer is reading. Here's a list of books to read on these beautiful (and fleeting) Summer days. Somehow, during the rest of the year, when I read a chapter before bed if feels like a responsibility. It's not that I don't enjoy it but I'm tired and the alarm...
  5. Family Life
    For kids, summertime is typically filled with lazy days out in the sunshine - hanging out at the pool, heading to summer camp and spending time with friends. That said, maintaining academic skills is important over summer vacation, and a great way to keep those skills up is by reading books...
  6. Finding Your Tribe
    Hey moms! Just want to share the info I have found recently. Was surfing the internet in a hope to find something new for my 7-year old. A book or smth that would tighten our relations (well, we had a troubled discussion recently). And guess what? I found a book for children and parents on...
  7. Job Opportunities
    Hi parents :) I am looking for a mom with deep knowledge in parenting subjects to write 4-5 books on the topic. Subjects include: * how to deal with kids that lie * how to raise a dyslexic kid * how to be a parent when your husband is a jerk etc. Each book should be around 13k words. Budget is...
  8. Special Needs Parenting
    Hi all! First time posting here. I feel compelled to share this book for all parents of kids with special needs. I just finished reading Dr. Rita Eichenstein's "Not What I Expected: Help and Hope for Parents with Atypical Children". I could NOT put it down. I can't tell you how many books I've...
  9. Baby
    I'm here for you, Nicolle Wallace of The View, who says there aren't any guidelines out there for choosing what to read to your baby! The gals were discussing the "hot topic" of this newly-published fun fact: Chelsea Clinton reads the news to her infant daughter every morning. There seemed to...
  10. Family Life
    I love reading, and I have always been determined to pass on a love of fiction to my children. My husband and I read to them as babies, toddlers, while they are learning to read themselves, and then after that for as long as they are still interested in being read to. I love it that my ten year...
  11. Doulas
    I'm currently saving to start my doula certification training but would like to start doing some reading now. What are your favorite books on the subject and ones you think every Doula should read? I'm open to any and all Full Spectrum Doula topics and would like something that went over some...
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