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Inspiring the Leaders of Tomorrow Through Children’s Biographies

Introduction Children’s biographies have the power to inspire and motivate young readers by introducing them to remarkable individuals who have made a significant impact on the world. In this blog post, we’ll explore how these stories can spark the imaginations of the next generation, encouraging them to dream big and pursue their passions. Learning from […]

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Navigating a Digital Childhood in the 21st Century

Introduction Raising children in the digital age presents unique challenges and opportunities. From smartphones to tablets, technology is woven into the fabric of daily life. In this blog post, we’ll explore how children’s books are addressing the realities of growing up in a digital world and helping young readers navigate this landscape. The Digital Landscape […]

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Grandparenting and the Cycle of Life

Judith Frizlen describes grandparenting as an extraordinary connection to our grandchildren without the heavy load borne by their parents. The post Grandparenting and the Cycle of Life appeared first on GaGa Sisterhood.

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Intergeneration Travel Tradition

Intergenerational travel has been a longstanding tradition in my family. When I graduated high school, my maternal grandma Amelia and I rode Amtrak’s California Zephyr from San Francisco to New York. We sat in the dome car and ate our meals in the Pullman car. I cherished my bond with my grandma and wanted to […]

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Back to School in the 21st Century: How Children’s Books Tackle Modern Education Challenges

The educational landscape is continually evolving, and as our children step into the classroom, they face a world vastly different from the one we grew up in. From technological advancements to changing teaching methodologies, the 21st-century classroom is a dynamic space. Let’s explore how children’s books are rising to the challenge, becoming valuable allies in […]

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Why Encourage Multigenerational Reading

In a world filled with digital distractions, fostering a culture of multigenerational reading has never been more crucial. The term refers to the practice of individuals from different generations coming together to share the joy of reading. It goes beyond the conventional solitary reading experience, aiming to strengthen family bonds and create a shared love […]

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Tech-Free Parenting-Is It Possible?

Tech-free parenting refers to an approach where parents limit or eliminate the use of technology, such as smartphones, tablets, computers, and television, in their parenting practices. This approach has gained attention due to concerns about the potential negative effects of excessive screen time and digital device use on children’s physical, mental, and emotional well-being. There […]

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Why You Should Send Your Kids to Public Schools

The Founding Fathers believed that the fragile American democracy would depend on the competency of its citizens and preserving democracy would require an educated population that would understand political and social issues and would participate in civic life, vote, and protect their rights and freedoms. This is one of the reasons that legislation passed in […]

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