Does your child refuse to read? Author Adrienne Kress offers advice for concerned parents.
This kind of outside-the-book thinking is effective in getting tweens engaged (or re-engaged) in reading.
If your child would rather be indoors than out in the snow, here are some activity books to help pass the time.
It's time to hit the books again, but that doesn't have to be a bad thing! Here are some fun pages to get your kids back in the swing of things.
It’s a common question from parents of preschoolers: “Does my child need to be able to print his or her name before starting kindergarten?”
Once upon a time, these bedtime stories were predictable. Now, not so much.
In this excerpt, we learn how the grandson and the grandfather in The Princess Bride teach us the value of unplugging the tech and reading to our kids.
Books and magazines are the gifts that keeps giving! Look for these ParentsCanada favourites.
Whether you're sitting poolside or swinging from a hammock, these books are sure to keep your imagination interested all summer!
Amy Bronee, the mastermind behind The Family Feedbag blog has a solution for all of your canning needs.