Books that celebrate diversity for 2nd graders
Two inspiring real-life leaders named Misty, an introduction to Islam, and stories of inequality that'll inspire your 7-year-old to be fair, brave, and accepting.
An eye-opening year for a first-gen college student
One young woman’s story offers a roadmap for first-generation college students and their parents before they get to college.
Bridge the word gap: speak 21,000 words to your preschooler daily
Some children hear about 21,000 words a day, others hear 6,000 or fewer. By age 3, that difference becomes a substantial word gap that predicts future success.
7 books that celebrate diversity for young adults
In these stories about teenagers from all walks of life, the struggle to figure out identity takes on epic meaning.
Books that celebrate diversity for 4th, 5th, and 6th graders
Stories that grab fourth, fifth, and sixth graders, inviting them to take on new perspectives from characters they'll never forget.
Books that celebrate diversity for 7th and 8th graders
These coming-of-age stories offer a glimpse into the lives of teens and tweens from different cultures and times that'll resonate with your middle schooler.
7 ways to boost reading skills — without a book in sight
Boosting your child's reading skills can be easy, unplanned, happen on the go — without a single book. Check out these 7 ideas.
Is it normal for your preschooler to hurt animals?
When a young child hurts animals, the big question is: was it accidental or intentional?
Make writing fun for your fifth grader
Your fifth grader may think writing is boring. Use the drama of a diary to make sure they know that writing can be the perfect companion to madcap adventure.