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As parents, we want to instill messages in our children’s mind that they will remember forever. Those messages are the values and keys to life they will carry with them into the real world. Did you know that children’s books can be used as a tool to raise good humans? To have conversations with our kids that matter most? Join us on this journey as we spotlight talented authors and their beautiful books. Books that act as tools to create dialogue and bond with our children. Learn how to walk ...
 
Listen to the stories of a child, then add your own ending. In addition to fun, this collaborative storytelling podcast and free coloring pages (created by a eight-year old girl and her dad) is an educational blend of playful learning and technology designed to help children, their parents, and educators around the world enhance their communication skills. So visit My Baby Monsters and become part of the story as you learn through kids' stories and imagination.
 
How do you know a good book when you see it? What books are really worth reading? The purpose of this conversation is to help mothers and fathers identify books that will liberate their children to embrace truth, goodness, and beauty. We’ll be pondering questions of life and lifestyle as we seek to become people who live deeply and read deeply, drawing our children into the adventure of reading and living.
 
Your Children’s Bookshelf is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing FREE children’s books through our Donors and Program Partners to families and children; encouraging the love of reading, fostering literacy and education. It was sparked and inspired by published children’s author Mary Jane Miller, whose life was marked by the love of reading, writing, and family. Mary Jane’s incredible connection to children and caregivers is woven through her stories and her family. Here on our Po ...
 
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Join Charity's conversation with Jennifer Kehoe as they discuss children's book illustrations. Why is it important that illustrations are beautiful? What are some of the features that help us recognize whether something is beautiful or not? What are ingredients of artisianship that make for to great illustrations? When it comes to children's books …
 
Today, I talk with transparency about the finances of Bright Wings: Children's Books. I love producing this podcast and I consider myself blessed to think and read and have the desire to share ideas about children's literature with you. Being able to do this is incredibly rich. But, ironically right now, Bright Wings is an expensive hobby of mine a…
 
Children's book author, Winsome Bingham, joins us for a discussion around Black family tradition, diversity in books, and her Coretta Scott King Award Winning Book, 'Soul Food Sunday'. Learn more about Winsome Bingham >> https://binghamwrites.com/ Grab the book Soul Food Sunday by Winsome Bingham, illustrated by C. G. Esperanza >> https://amzn.to/3…
 
We often hear about adoption from the adoptive parent’s point of view. Rarely do we get to step into the mind of a child and learn what the experience is for them. Once the actual adoption process is finalized, it’s easy to negate all the emotions the child experiences. And while adoption is beautiful, the child often struggles through trauma, sepa…
 
Over the last few years, we’ve all taken the time to consider exactly what family means to us. We would venture into the world avoiding unfamiliar people, sanitizing multiple times a day– all to keep our family safe. What a crazy time! A time that made us realize what matters the most, family. A group of people, blood-related or not, that loves and…
 
Dr. Grace Hamman from Old Books With Grace joins Charity to take a closer look at the Middle Ages. Charity asks Grace what made her fall in love with this era. Charity also asks, "Did women write/illustrate books? What were some of the achievements of the Medieval period? How hard did peasants work? How are hospitals an especially Medieval achievem…
 
The past few years have drastically changed our way of living. It changes the way we communicate, work, and educate our children. While we are so busy adjusting to change, we often forget that our children also need support. Today, the author spotlight is on Dr. Tamera Foley, a veteran educator and advocate for children's trauma and mental health i…
 
Have you ever been in a situation where your child wakes up as Mr. Grumpy pants, and you feel like you’re walking on eggshells around them? Their negative energy affects you and everyone else in the household, and they have no idea how to deal with the bad attitude. What we can do to help them as parents is to show the flip side of what it will loo…
 
Did you know that reading books together creates a warm, emotional bond between you and your children? They help create a special connection, not only a parent-children bond but also a link to encourage us to dream. This episode’s author spotlight is on Michael John Sullivan; if the name sounds familiar, there may be a couple of reasons why. Michae…
 
What are you feeling right now? Happy? Sad? Lonely? Something you can’t quite describe? With so many emotions to feel, it can be overwhelming. And if it’s overwhelming for us– imagine how your kids may be feeling! The best we can do to help our children is to create the space to allow the hard conversation to happen and help to guide them through. …
 
Ever wonder why some kids take to reading a bit more than others? Especially at home, when you ask them to read aloud, they may feel like it's a school assignment rather than an engaging activity. We play an important role in modeling reading for our kids. Children learn through observation and modeling, and we, as caregivers (teachers too!), are t…
 
Does your child talk comfortably at home but behave differently around other people? Like when they need to go back to school, they tend to be more reserved, shy, and quiet. Our children go through a lot of changes in their life, and those transitions may result in fear and anxiety that can affect their communication skills. As parents, we want to …
 
Do your children have a best toy buddy? That one friend who is always by their side. A playmate and companion just like Buzz LightYear to Andy in Toy Story. Our children have a special bond with their toys. For some children, a robot model is not just a toy but a robot friend. If that’s your kid, this episode is for you! Sari Karplus is back for an…
 
Remember the time when you had a FQ (friendship quarrel) with your BFF? How do you handle the situation? Do you feel that friend is a real friend or not really a friend? Because the truth is even best friends don't always get along, and that is OKAY! The author's spotlight is on Jessica Speer today. With her master's degree in Social Science, Jessi…
 
Have you ever read a book and then watched its movie adaptation or vice versa? What have you noticed? The book is more detailed! It allows you to feel, react, and act in a certain way because books have a power that resonates with the reader in a way that no other medium does. So, we need more books on the front line, especially in this age of soci…
 
Sam Smith, better known as S. D. Smith, the author of the beloved Green Ember Series tells us the Big News! He is collaborating with his son J.C Smith on a new series, beginning with Jack Zulu and the Waylander's Key. If you loved the strange mix of rabbits with swords, you will love the half-African, half-Appalachian Jack Zulu. S.D. Smith and Char…
 
Did you know that aside from shooting laser beams and having supernatural powers, superheroes also solve everyday problems? Today’s author spotlight is on Erin Twamley, an award-winning children’s book author of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) books and an educator. Erin shared how she co-authored the book “Everyday Superheroes” a…
 
Helping Kids Understand Breast Cancer - Interview w/ Children's Book Author, Marci Greenberg Cox 'Mommy Has a Boo-Boo' We chat about her book and author journey. To learn more, visit https://www.florpublishing.com/ Check out Marci's books here: https://amzn.to/3AVTMYo This episode was originally recorded via video on facebook: https://www.facebook.…
 
Have you ever wondered if fairy tales have a deeper meaning? Where in the world have they come from? From what countries? From what places in the human heart? Join the conversation with Dr. Marina Warner (author of Once Upon A Time: A Short History of Fairy Tale) and Charity Hill as they discuss these questions and also why fairy tales are, wonderf…
 
My Dog, Hen is an illustrated book whose illustrations and clever text combine to make it smart and refreshing for those early elementary ages who want to read about dogs.....which is pretty much every kid that age.
 
This week in all-age comics books check out Gustav & Henri, My Travels in Japan, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Cupcake Diaries and more. 00:00 Midtown Comics in NYC, 01:39 Previews World, 01:55 Gustav & Henri on Red Comet Press, 02:51 Batman Returns One Dark Christmas on Insight Editions, 04:05 My Travels in Japan on Tuttle Publishing, 05:33 Moon G…
 
Do you have a dog? To paraphrase C. S. Lewis, if you love anything--even a dog--there is hope for you! If you love anything, even a dog, you are susceptible to encounters with others and to awareness of your human condition. Charity argues that you are more likely to live with joy, appreciate embodiment, and understand mortality. And, of course, Ch…
 
Dr. Sheila R. Thomas, affectionately known as The Parent Partner, is a passionate educational leader who finds joy in helping others succeed. On this episode, we talk about how her work supports, encourages, and inspires parents to take action to support their child's journey-- in every area of their life. To learn more, visit https://www.drsheilat…
 
Pres Shauntee Burns-Simpson of the Black Caucus American Library Association joined us to discuss how the association continues to serve as an advocate for the development, promotion, and improvement of library services and resources to the nation’s African American community; and provides leadership for the recruitment and professional development…
 
In this quick episode, Charity notices that the start of new school year is more full of possibility and opportunity for our children than New Year's is for adults. Charity suggests four books to celebrate the return to school, with a title especially for homeschooling families. When you buy a book through my links, 10% of your purchase supports Br…
 
In light of the Batgirl fiasco, we were reminded of a great book on the creative business of movies. Under Exposed! The 50 Greatest Movies Never Made is a fascinating look at cinematic projects that made sense, but didn’t see the light of day.
 
This week in all-age comic books has Sonic, Usagi, Peach and Plum, Simpsons Treehouse of Horror, The Art of Mamoru Hosoda and more. There’s also a new Scooby Doo Where are You?, Ultraman mini-series and other books to hook in readers.
 
I sat with award-winning author, poet, and school librarian Alice Faye Duncan to discuss her contributions to children's literature. Heavily focused on her books, Evicted! and Opal Lee And What It Means To Be Free, we travel down memory lane with Alice as she details how she brought these stories to life. To learn more, visit https://alicefayedunca…
 
Children's book author, Winsome Bingham, joins us for a discussion around Black family tradition, diversity in books, and her Coretta Scott King Award Winning Book, 'Soul Food Sunday'. To learn more, visit https://binghamwrites.com/ Check out Winsome's book here: books here: https://amzn.to/3d4sE2h This episode was originally recorded via video on …
 
Ben is the father of four Princesses and a Superhero. Raising five beautiful, smart, independent children has inspired and challenged him to use creative and original ideas to teach them essential life lessons. The Flip and Friends series are stories he originally created to educate his own children in a fun and relatable way. As an early writer of…
 
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