A list of free and affordable reading logs for kids, plus some tips for using these and other tools to foster children's literacy.
We're taking a critical look at community helpers in children's books, including how they're depicted and who they're depicted as serving.
If you’re looking for funny parenting books like Bad Mother by Ayelet Waldman that are a bit more humorous and a little less clinical, we’ve got you covered.
Are you a parent of a child with ADHD? These ADHD books for parents offer some great starting points for helping your kids thrive, including titles like ADHD Explained: What Every Parent Needs to Know by Nekeshia Hammond.
With Mother’s Day on the way, here are some books about motherhood that feature mothers or a mother-child relationship in a variety of ways.
A reader on the expectations and negative self-perceptions experienced as a new mother, and the books about motherhood that helped.
This Rioter finally figured out that the books her toddler is choosing to read with her reflect his current interests and his emotional needs, too.
Excellent books to change the way you think about the American education system.
Because little fingers love shiny buttons: how to lock down your Kindle so kids don't buy all the books. And how to get your money back when they do.
Have a child? Take my advice: read comic books. I've found comic books to be far better parenting guides than actual parenting books. Here are 9 examples.
Whether you're seeking catharsis or accounts of people coping with grief, the stories in these books about losing a child will stay with you.
A parent suggests some books about parenting hacks to save the day with comic relief and quick fixes when you're wearing thin and out of ideas.