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Working Mother supports and empowers today's working moms in their pursuit of sucess - however they define it. We celebrate the complexity, humor and richness inherent in being a real working mom. And we salute the joys of getting... More 
Laura R. -

Peace, Love, and Parenting

Sometimes parenting can feel anything but peaceful, but the love we feel for our children keeps us looking for ways to make our homes and lives a little more gentle and kind. Check out... More 
Laura R. -

Love in a Time of Homeschooling

January is a time when many homeschoolers start to get tired and burned out. Spring can seem so far away and the cold weather can limit park days and field trips. This winter, perk up your... More 
Georgia C. -

The Five Best Toys of All Time

Last night, my three year old informed me that he wants a giant Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fortress for Christmas. This is unfortunate because I know for a fact that Santa has already purchased a... More 
Parent & Child Magazine is a valued resource for parents from Scholastic, one of America’s most trusted family publishers. With engaging features on child development, family travel, activities, products, and health, it... More 
Sarah G. -

Saying "I Love You"

At our recent author talk with Torrey Rush, the conversation veered to why family members struggle to verbalize... More 
Sarah G. -
Losing a parent is devastating, whether you are 7 years old or 70. When Richland County Councilman Torrey Rush lost his father in 1999, he tried to suppress his grief and emotions until he realized how that could affect his own children. His book, Tears of a Lonely Son: My Journey to Emotional Healing,... More 
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5 Books for Parents

Welcome to Your Child's Brain by Sam Wang and Sandra Aamodt Written by neuroscientists, Welcome to Your Child's Brain is a breakdown of everything you... More 
Alexis -

5 Things for Parents to Do With Their Kids

One evening, when I was in middle school, my mom and I were watching the news. It was one of the few evenings when we didn't have to run in, drop our books and run to soccer practice, band, scouts... More 
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Krista A. -
Getting young children engaged in books can be a real challenge. Toddlers and preschoolers have boundless energy and their minds bounce from idea to idea at a million miles an hour. Just getting them to sit still through an entire book can be tough! While some children seem to love books from the moment they’re... More 

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