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Children's Editors Head to Germany
Picture books introduce young children ... to be read aloud by an adult. It still has some illustrations, but also has a great deal more text we would find in a picture book.” Simonsen agreed, adding, “Older kids don’t like to be seen ...
Book review: Young Readers
Holliman says, “This book is hysterical! Timmy Failure is a boy who runs a detective agency out of his mom’s closet. He rides around on a Segway and his best friend is a polar bear ... Brown Books for Young Readers, $19.99). Leeper says, “Flapper ...
Book 'em: Turn kids into avid page turners by giving choices and reading together
Sara Bosley, infant and toddler specialist with the South Central Regional Key of the PA Keys program, a state-wide organization ensuring quality in child-care programs for infants through school-aged children ... books and nutrition; Lego clubs for ...
'Hunger Games' ushers in era of dystopian young adult films
SAN DIEGO, (Reuters) - Parents of morose teenagers be warned: the next big trend in films for young adults could make the mood at home even darker. Vampires, werewolves and boy wizards are out; dystopia is in. Having seen the popularity of "The Hunger ...
Author Judy Blume still standing up for kids
It’s been five years since Judy Blume published a book, but the legendary children’s and young adult writer is back in the news thanks to “Tiger Eyes,” the first movie adaptation of Blume’s work, directed by her son Lawrence.
Book review: Bedtime stories for big people
When the distant literary cousins, fantasy and children’s literature, get married the latter often emerges as the dominant spouse. In the few strange cases that fantasy ends up on top, the couple is relegated to the “sci-fi” or “cult ...