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Multilingual children: The multiple benefits of teaching your child multiple languages

Education: Children who learn more than one language have improved memory, problem-solving skills, self-expression, and reading and writing. Read more…

Double duty: Bilingual children’s books entertain and teach valuable skills

Education: For bilingual children, language skills are stronger, and early reading skills tend to come more easily. Read more…

Making sense of IEPs: Book seeks to help families understand special education and how it can help

Education: For any student in special eduation or who needs extra help in a subject, “The Survival Guide for Kids in Special Education (And Their Parents)” is an empowering resource. Read more…

What you need to know if your child is being considered for special education

Schooling: Useful questions to ask if school staff recommend that your child get evaluated for special education. Read more…

‘Navigating the Labyrinth of the Non-Mainstream Child’: Book offers insight and advice to parents raising special children

Therapies: Author Susan Hendrie-Marais helps parents who often feel isolated while caring for their special needs children. Read more…

Too old for summer camp? How to get your teen involved in a service project

Teens: Instead of sending your older teen to summer camp, a service project can give her summer structure and engage the mind in an educational experience. Read more…

Bronx students give back: Kids helping Flint’s water crisis and their local community

Tweens: Young philanthropists from the Walter Damrosch School are benefiting from hand-on learning opportunities and coming to the aid of others at the same time. Read more…

Heroic duo: Two new books are filled with inspiring profiles

The Book Worm: Give your 8- to 14-year-old “The Book of Heroes” by Crispin Boyer and “The Book of Heroines” by Stephanie Warren Drimmer for pages full of inspirational people he or she can look up to. Read more…

Laura Duksta’s ‘I’ll Hug You More’ is the perfect bedtime story

Pre-Schoolers: Your 4- to 8-year-old will love the sweet story filled with affection in “I’ll Hug You More” by Laura Duksta. Read more…

Spring emerging: The perfect time to plan for summer planning

Letter from the Publisher: Now’s the time to sign up for camp and look for good summer vacation deals. Read more…
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Holding schools accountable for bullying

Mental Health: Here’s what parents should know about schools’ accountability in cases of bullying and when parents can take legal action. Read more…
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