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Book Review: Healthy Eating for Families: The Ultimate Nutrition Guide for Kids, Parents, and Educators

Learn more about instilling healthy eating habits in your kids.

4 Kid-Friendly Cookbooks for Budding Chefs

To jump start your next big food adventure, here are four of our favorite kid-friendly cookbooks.

4 Books to Beat the Back-to-School Blues

Whether they’re taking their first steps into a kindergarten classroom or attending their final classes towards graduation, back-to-school time is a memorable moment for all students. Start the school year off right with four fantastic reads all about zany characters and their unforgettable school adventures. How to Get Your Teacher Ready by Jean Reagan (Starting at $12, Random House Children’s …

6 Empowering Books for Mom

A good book can suck you in and take you to a world unlike your own. These six stories, part of the #StrongWomenRead campaign from Book Clubbish, paint vivid pictures of strong females,offering you the perfect escape to unwind with on the beach or back porch. Confessions of a Domestic Failure by Bunmi LaditanThis is a hilarious read for real …

Review: Diaper Dude: The Ultimate Dad’s Guide to Surviving the First Two Years

Chris Pegula shares his best and worst moments of fatherhood, advice on how to handle being a new dad, and tips for helping and supporting your partner.

Book Review: Brooklyn Bat Boy

Through Bobby’s eyes, young readers will learn about a crucial event for baseball and for America—and the importance of courage, strength, and embracing change.

Book Review: National Geographic Kids Look and Learn: Caterpillar to Butterfly

Follow a caterpillar as it evolves into a beautiful butterfly in this board book filled with vibrant photos and fun facts!

Book Review: National Geographic Kids Look and Learn: Farm Animals

Learn about farm animals the fun way with this book filled with bright pictures of cows, baby chicks, and more!

Book Review: National Geographic: Welcome to the World, A Keepsake Baby Book

Interactive and inspiring, this keepsake book is filled with both beautiful images of the world and the creatures that inhabit it!

Book Review: Won Ton and Chopstick: A Cat and Dog Tale Told in Haiku

Written entirely in the Japanese poetry style of haiku, this book follows Won Ton the cat as his life gets turned upside down when his family brings home Chopstick the puppy.

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