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Dr. Seuss-Inspired Recipes for Your Green Eggs and Ham Fan

Serve up super kid-friendly snacks in honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday with seven inspiring ideas.

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I Was Surprised to Learn Amanda Gorman and I Have This in Common

“Love who you are and be who you are, at all costs. Once you commit to this kind of philosophy, the sky’s the limit.”

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Young Black Female Leaders You Should Be Following

“Follow these young Black female leaders that are changing the world and making history.”

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22 Black Heroes Our Kids Should Know By Name

In order to give your kids an ever-widening view of the world, we’ve found Black heroes that have left a legacy for generations to come.  

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Amanda Gorman Has 3 Books Coming Out This Year & You Can Preorder Them All Right Now

The Youth Poet Laureate of the United States has not one, not two, but three books out in 2021!

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New York City-Inspired Baby Names We Love

From classic to fun and fresh, these monikers exhibit Big Apple pride in a big way!

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11 Magical Snacks for Your Mini Mermaid

From sand-dollar cookies to mermaid muddy buddies, these recipes will please the little merfolk in your life.

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This Valentine’s Day, Challenge Your Kids to Answer the Question: “What Is Love?”

“Children, rather than responding to lectures about being nice, are more motivated by the behavior they see around them.” 

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Read This Now: Bay Area Book Festival Comes to Berkeley

Readers Unite! The fourth annual Bay Area Book Festival is happening April 28-29 in downtown Berkeley.

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Every Mom Is a “Woman on a Mission” & We’ve Got the Tote to Prove It

Whether that mission is getting the kids to school on time or doing good in our communities, moms #RunTheWorld.

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How Every Mom Can Own Her Power & Authenticity in 2018

Moms, here is the permission slip—that you didn’t really need in the first place.

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Rumi and Sir? Jay-Z Dishes on His Twins’ Names

What’s in a name? Apparently a lot, and here’s the meaning behind the unique monikers.

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The 5 Real Stages of Accepting Your Kid’s YouTube Ambitions

When my first born turned six years old, he was introduced to the intriguing and regrettably addictive world of Minecraft. Inevitably, my kid declared that he too was going to grow up and become a YouTuber, just like his idol.

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Getting Through The Rough Patches: 13 Ways To Transform Your Marriage

Photo: Amanda Elder
When things break, different sides are exposed in different lights. It can be painful, but insightful. Relationship struggles aren’t necessarily a sign that things are doomed, but instead an invitation to learn more about yourself, your partner,…

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5 People All Kids Should Know About for Black History Month (and Life)

Honor Black History Month by learning more about these amazing men and women.

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Beyond Mother Goose: Best Poets for Kids

From the sidewalks of Silverstein to the Mudville nine, here are our favorite poets to take your little literati beyond the nursery rhyme.

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4 Poetry-Inspired Cocktails

You’ve probably been reading poems out loud to friends and loved ones (and potential loved ones) all this month, in celebration of National Poetry Month, and have worked up a powerful thirst. To quench the thirst and continue the poetry,…

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Escape The City With a Trip to Rhinebeck

Flu season is about to hit the city. Your stress level is skyrocketing as you imagine the whole family cooped up in the apartment and your holiday to-do list mounting. Take a deep breath, and start planning a family day…

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Treks In The City

Once upon a time, Battery Park City (BPC)—a neighborhood sandwiched between the West Side Highway and the Hudson River—was considered an isolated part of town with few restaurants (or reasons) to visit unless you lived there. Those days are done…

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Talking Kids With Soleil Moon Frye

Back in the ’80s, little girls all over the country idolized the independent, feisty heroine of the TV show Punky Brewster. Whether it was her fashion sense or her general joie de vivre, we’ll never know, but “Punky Power” was…

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Special Occasion Kids Jewelry & Bracelet from Jeanine Payer

Pure Pretty Poetry
Your daughter’s jewelry box overflows with things that sparkle and glitter. But how many of those dollar metal bracelets and plastic necklaces will still be there in five years? It may be time to buy her a…

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Special Occasion Kids Jewelry & Bracelet from Jeanine Payer

Pure Pretty Poetry
Your daughter’s jewelry box overflows with things that sparkle and glitter. But how many of those dollar metal bracelets and plastic necklaces will still be there in five years? It may be time to buy her a…

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