I met children’s book author Jarrett Krosoczka on a Live Chat at the Random House Read and Play Community and we had fun joking about more funny-but- difficult to pronounce authors.
Who owns the U.S. money and why can’t we just print more? The economics of supply and demand and function of the Treasurer of the United States (my college roommate) for 4th grade.
Geckos, lizards, Chameleons, and Anoles … the fascinating world of reptiles that I found on vacation.
Make math fun for kids by finding spirals in nature. Then introduce the Fibonacci number sequence; the math behind spirals. Even I can do it!
New picture book reviews by my 7-year-old son in first grade.
Please join me to meet author Trudy Ludwig this Thursday for a Live Chat at the Random House Read and Play Community.
Win a copy of Kaleidoscope, a delightful board book with rhyming text and a built-in kaleidoscope.
These books for kids to read on crabs are spreading egregious misconceptions that crabs are cranky. I intend to stop this bad press!
Music to my ears. A father wants to know which chapter books would be great readalouds to his two young girls.