You may have noticed that, on Franticmommy, I focus on kids’ books A LOT. But I can assure you that is not all that I read. This summer, thanks to my new Pretty Little Garden, I’m committing to reading a book a week and it needs to be something that feeds MY brain. Basically, I’m Reading… Read More Reading While Adulting | Book Recommends that Encourage #MeTime
Today, Scholastic released the latest research from the newest Kids & Family Reading Report, 6th edition. We learned what kids – and parents – want in books, as well as kids need for more guidance on books to read for fun. Scholastic Kids & Family Reading Report For 10 years, this nationally representative research from… Read More Advice from Scholastic-The Top things EVERY parent needs to know about kids’ Reading
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Children’s books are such a big part of my day-to-day. Partly because of my role as Project Manager for Multicultural Children’s Book Day, partly because I am the mom of two reluctant readers. My daughter is probably the most frustrating, but she has found new interest in graphic novels. Then I discovered Epic! after seeing… Read More An Epic Way to Keep Kids Reading this Summer!
May begins the celebration of icon Nancy Drew’s 80th birthday. This fictional teenager was hip, fun-loving, popular, responsible and also an amateur sleuth. If she were a real person, she would be 98 years old! This wildly popular series was created in the 1930’s and supposedly written by author Carolyn Keene. The series was incredibly… Read More Show Me Your Nancy Drew! #DrewToYou