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Regan McMahon
Senior Editor, Books | Mom of two
What to Read Next: Books to Be Thankful for in November
Among the many things we're grateful for this November are wonderful books for kids and teens. Check out our picks of some of the best reads of autumn.  Age 2 to 6 The Nonsense Show, by Eric Carle,... read more
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Sierra Filucci
Executive Editor, Parenting Content | Mom of two
31 Halloween Ideas for Kids to Play, Make, Eat, and Watch
Halloween is one of our favorite times of year because families can have so much fun together with -- and without -- media. From spooky movies, music, and games to fun crafts, snacks, and parties,... read more
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Regan McMahon
Senior Editor, Books | Mom of two
What to Read Next: Back-to-School Books for August 2015
As summer slips away, what better way to ease kids back into academic life than with books set in school? Picture books can help kids get ready for kindergarten and making friends. Chapter books... read more
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Books That Teach Manners
Kids naturally develop social skills in the preschool years, so it's a perfect time to teach and reinforce social lessons. The books below serve as modern-day primers on courtesy, graciousness, and... read more
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Regan McMahon
Senior Editor, Books | Mom of two
What to Read Next: Great Kids' Books for July 2015
Whether you're on vacation or sticking close to home, there's always room for reading in the summer schedule. Check out our July selections for picture books, middle-grade fiction, and teen reads.... read more
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Regan McMahon
Senior Editor, Books | Mom of two
What to Read Next: Kids' Summer Reading for June 2015
Grab a book for the road, tuck one in your kid's backpack for camp, pop a beach read in with the sunscreen, or curl up with your kid and a picture book in a cozy corner at home. Wherever you go,... read more
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Regan McMahon
Senior Editor, Books | Mom of two
Practical Tips for Parents of Exceptional Readers
Kids reading is something to celebrate. But if your kid's an advanced reader -- a preschooler who’s already reading, or an elementary or middle school kid who’s reading way above grade level -- ... read more
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Regan McMahon
Senior Editor, Books | Mom of two
What to Read Next: Best Kids' Books for May 2015
As the school year winds down, thoughts turn from homework to pleasure reading. And there are lots of fun and engaging reads on the horizon for preschoolers, school-age kids, and teens. Check out our... read more
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