To Dogs Everywhere and the Children Who Love Them

Posted by on May 10, 2013.

To dogs everywhere!

Nobody captures the sweetness and humor of the family dog better than Vermont author Stephen Huneck. His work is a celebration of what it is to love and be loved by a dog.

While the title character of Huneck’s books is his own black lab, Sally, the star of the show is really every dog, everywhere.

Dr. Seuss and the Great Reading Debate

Posted by on May 3, 2013.

If you have ever had a small child living in your home, chances are there are several Dr. Seuss books lying around. He is, after all, the best-selling children’s author of all time.

Did you ever notice, though, that there are two different types Dr.

Making Sense of the World Through Reading

Posted by on April 18, 2013.

My girls are trying to figure out life by living, learning, testing, playing, fighting, and reading.

Reading is the cool trick we do every night before bed. After a long day of living, learning, testing, playing and fighting, it’s like a much needed form of therapy, but the relaxing, entertaining variety (if there is such a thing).

The Adventures of Raina in Rainworld

Posted by on September 13, 2012.

The Adventures of Raina in Rainworld is a collection of fabulous and creative stories starring Raina, the champion of all children who would be outdone by their older siblings. Raina is glamourous, athletic, tough, adventurous and independent. She can do anything that an older sibling can do and then some. She can read, cook, climb, ride a bike, fly, and toggle between her world and ours in the blink of an eye.