You’ll get the hysterical kids with tickets to best-selling adaptations of their favorite books – and you could get a bonus break! Argue the family to enjoy a screening of the wonderful West End production of Billionaire Boy, based on the David Walliams bestselling children’s book from Britain’s Got Talent.Read More →

Prescott Valley, United States – May 16, 2022 — JJ Fast Publishing’s newly updated training is an all-in-one guide from professional author Jay Boyer that provides viewers with in-depth details on the entire publishing process for creating and selling children’s books. . More information is available at https://childrensbookformula.com Online trainingRead More →

Gifted writer, photographer, cinematographer, human rights activist, racial justice advocate and infant, child and black mental health advocate Nathan Ssewaali has released a new book titled ‘Lola and the carousel of emotions”. The short story depicts young Lola going from fear and sadness to joy, as she explores her feelingsRead More →

London, United Kingdom – May 10, 2022 — This new release is Schmitt-Bylandt’s third children’s book release and features a story of unlikely cooperation and acceptance of difference. Featuring colorful characters and a valuable moral lesson, the new book is ideal for kindergarten to elementary readers. For more information visitRead More →

Debra-Dee Shelton and Sharon Thompson, a dynamic mother-daughter duo, have finished their new book, “Stripe N Strong”: a heartwarming children’s tale about loneliness and inclusion. Thompson shares, “Stripe N Strong is a zebra who was in the circus and wasn’t sure what life was going to be like after theRead More →

Karys McEwen, a resident of Olinda, has published a children’s novel to make young people feel “heard”. IMAGE: PROVIDED By Tyler Wright Olinda resident Karys McEwen launched her first fictional novel about the complications of living in a regional town throughout your formative teenage years. “All the Little Tricky Things”Read More →

Author, teacher and children’s literature lover Dr. Mark West announced the release of The Peeve and the Grudge and Other Preposterous Poems published by Charlotte-based Warren Publishing. Through this witty and whimsical collection, West explores strange words and idioms that children – sometimes adults – often misinterpret. The poems areRead More →

The cost of bringing the Herefordshire Special Children’s Services Department up to standard has been estimated at nearly £22 million, more than half of which will be spent this financial year. These figures were presented to yesterday’s council of council portfolio holders, who unanimously approved them. The council’s £11.5million ‘financialRead More →

Prescott Valley, USA – March 28, 2022 /MarketersMEDIA/ — Specializing in advisory services for the development of manuscripts and e-books, the agency brings together a wealth of experience in its latest 52-page guide. The downloadable piece has a wealth of information, including book size, cover design, age ranges, and more.Read More →

The Global Children’s publishing market The 2022 report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global children’s publishing market. Through analysis based on cutting-edge research, it provides an opinion on the current trends and directions of the global children’s publishing market. The Global Children’s PublishingRead More →

The following discussion should be read in conjunction with our audited financial statements and notes thereto included in Part IV, Item 15.-Exhibits and Financial Statement Schedules. This Annual Report on Form 10-K contains forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act ofRead More →

“The report provides an abstract and quantitative review of Global children’s publishing market . The examination is based on the division of the children’s publishing market which focuses on monetary and non-monetary factors having an impact on the improvement of the children’s publishing market. The report joins a real sceneRead More →

Stratagem Market Overview published an in-depth research and analysis of the “Children’s publishing marketwhich identifies new developments, business prospects, and growing industry players. The market study covers the size of the children’s publishing market in different segments. It aims to estimate the market size and growth potential across various segments,Read More →

A proclamation targeting transgender students and Colorado’s public housing and non-discrimination laws, approved by the Monument Academy board of trustees, drew criticism from parents, students and district staff members during of an education council meeting yesterday. Monument Academy is a public charter school in School District 38 in Lewis-Palmer, nearRead More →

Today, Texas Governor Abbot ordered Family and Protective Services to investigate doctors, nurses, teachers and parents who help children get gender-affirming care and accuse them of child abuse. A new national poll released today by Data for Progress reveals the powerful resilience of transphobia among many American voters — andRead More →

Maybe it’s vertigo I’m battling right now, but Sylvia’s new cycle of children’s musical songs, Nature Child: A Dreamer’s Journey, made me dizzy. Known to adult fans of contemporary country music for her ’80s songs, “Nobody”, “Tumbleweed” and “Drifter”, Sylvia Hutton set out to create a fantasy world where allRead More →

As part of National Children’s Dental Health Month, dentists are asking California parents to get actively involved while their children learn to brush their teeth. By third grade, 22% of children in California have untreated tooth decay, according to the California Department of Health. Dr. Erin Shah, a pediatric dentistRead More →

spotted 07:00 Build-A-Bear’s New Line is Really About Adult Infantilization by Mary Harington Build-A-Bear’s Sexy Plush The ‘Build-A-Bear’ children’s toy franchise has launched a line of ‘sexy’ plushes, including one complete with a satin dressing gown and a bottle of champagne. It’s easy to complain about the commercial sexualization ofRead More →

Drawing by Yohann Lee, age 7, Studio City, California. CISE team members: Oscar Rubalcava, Brian Martinez, Maritza Trujillo, Albert Fonseca, Marco Medina, Sergio Avendano. (Photo courtesy of CSUDH) CSUDH students Albert Fonseca and Fanny Villa work on “Saver of Earth” in the lab. (Photo courtesy of CSUDH) CSUDH students SaulRead More →

North Dakota writer and musician Jessie Veeder released her first children’s book, “Prairie Princess,” this month. To celebrate, she visits libraries across the state to lead a read, sign, discuss, and create activity for all ages. She will be at Gate 204, Watford City at 4.30pm on Friday January 21.Read More →

The Giant Builders, a self-help organization for business owners, has released a new podcast episode from founder Lois Wyant. The latest episode discusses Ms. Wyant’s personal experience during the pandemic to allow listeners to see the blessings in difficult times. Carmel, United States – January 17, 2022 — In theRead More →

posted on December 28, 2021 Navigating the family law system and the day-to-day logistics of separation are some of the many obstacles you will overcome after your relationship breaks down. But getting there isn’t always easy, especially for the little ones in the house. Separation affects every aspect of life,Read More →

Written in partnership with Thomas Herd, founder of T1 Advertising Although many positive advances have been made in recent years regarding children’s mental health, unforeseen circumstances brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic have caused many children to suffer from its isolating effects. According to data collected by the United NationsRead More →

Classic children’s stories like Harry the dog, Dr Seuss and Disney tales have been criticized by an Australian scholar for being “outdated, sexist and racist”. Dr Helen Adam of Edith Cowan University in Western Australia says many family favorites should be pulled from the shelves and replaced with more inclusiveRead More →

PHOENIX — Health advocates in Arizona and across the country are pushing the U.S. Senate to approve the Build Back Better Act because it would improve Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), called KidsCare in Arizona. The bill has already been passed in the House. It would provideRead More →

Promeza Publishing has announced that it has restocked its popular children’s Christmas book, “Guardians of the Tree: A Christmas Dinosaur Adventure.” The book is recommended for children and adult dinosaur lovers. Santa Clarita, U.S., Nov. 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In anticipation of the holiday rush, The Christmas Dinosaur bookRead More →

New York, Oct. 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Interactive Childrens Books Market 2021-2025” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06176505/?utm_source=GNW 53% over the forecast period. Our Interactive Children’s Books Market report provides holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, and vendor analysis coveringRead More →

CARSON CITY, Nev. — Nevada got a D-plus for children’s mental health, according to a new report from the Children’s Advocacy Alliance. Researchers rated the Silver State on a range of mental health indicators, including depression, substance abuse, developmental disabilities, suicide, and access to care. Dr. Tara Raines, director ofRead More →

An official Twitter for the Japanese children’s book series The clumsy witch (known as Rakudai Majo in Japan) opened today with the announcement that the Satoko Narita –writing, Enaga Senno –the picture books will receive a theatrical animated film to celebrate the franchise’s 15th anniversary. A teaser visual designed byRead More →

September 29, 2021 08:43 Job : September 29, 2021 08:43 Update: September 29, 2021 11:11 am MADISON, Wis. – There’s a cuddly new employee at American Family Children’s Hospital who’s ready to comfort children during their treatment. Kiko is a 2-year-old golden retriever from Georgia who just arrived at theRead More →

It’s not just COVID-19 that’s filling pediatric intensive care beds in Collin County. The other culprit is RSV. | Shutterstock Last week, we published an article about the COVID-19 Delta variant causing a severe shortage of pediatric intensive care beds in North Texas. However, there’s another culprit behind Collin County’sRead More →

National Security Police in Hong Kong on Thursday said they arrested five members of a union of speech therapists over a series of children’s books depicting ‘seditious’ sheep, which authorities said showed support for the 2019 protest movement and ‘incited hatred’ towards the city government. The two men and threeRead More →

FARGO, ND — North Dakota ranks first in the United States in economic stability for children, according to an annual report measuring children’s well-being. But policy experts worry the pandemic has set some families back, while other indicators aren’t doing as well. The Annie E. Casey Foundation released its annualRead More →

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Tune in to hear Nicole and Nusrah talk about some great verse children’s literature, alongside a conversation with the wonderful Charles Waters, the co-author of Can I Touch Your Hair?: Poems of Race,Read More →

Right-wing commentators have found a new obsession in their war on so-called “cancel culture” – beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss. Earlier this week, the society working to preserve the author’s legacy announced it would cease publication of six of his books due to racist and insensitive depictions of people ofRead More →

Lupita Nyong’oThe New York Times bestselling first children’s book “Sulwe” will be made into an animated Netflix musical. The award-winning actress took to Twitter to break the news. “‘Sulwe’ is going to be an anime movie!!” Nyong’o wrote. “Thank you to readers of all ages who have joined #Sulwe onRead More →

MONTREAL — Monday marks the start of Black History Month, and while the celebrations are different this year, they’re just as meaningful. Every year during Black History Month, Akilah Newton and his brother Omari visit Canadian schools with a bit of edutainment entertainment beat poetry. This year, they are stillRead More →

Published: 7:00 PM January 16, 2020 Update: 6:50 PM October 11, 2020 An environmental activist has dedicated herself to inspiring the next generation by writing a children’s book. ‘Just One Child’ is out now Photo: CHARLOTTE BOND – Credit: Charlotte Bond Debbie Bartlett, organizer of the Litter-Free Felixstowe litter cleanupRead More →

Award-winning children’s author Kate Messner’s latest book, The Seventh Wish, hit bookstores this week. A fantastic novel between talking fish and Irish dancing, the book also deals with the very real epidemic of opiate addiction in the United States. To promote the book on release day, Messner was invited toRead More →

jerry west was a pseudonym for Andrew Svenson, a prolific author who has written over 70 children’s books. As a partner in the Stratemeyer Syndicate, a book packaging company, Svenson has written, described and/or edited numerous volumes of the Rugged Boys, Nancy Drew, and Bobbsey twins series, among others. TheRead More →