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Keep Cool with a Frosty Book

Ashley Young - Learning » Reading

We are deep into the dog days of summer, and while we love these long, hot days, we get to a point where we just can't jump through the sprinkler again or eat another popsicle. It's time for a new way to cool off! We suggest you hide out in the air condit...
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Making Icy Summer Treats

Eliza Clark - Seasons and Celebrations » Summertime

My seven-year-old had a playdate the other day where the two girls spent an entire afternoon "making ice cream." This activity consisted of melting an existing pint of vanilla ice cream and then mixing in crushed raspberries and blueberries, liberally ad...
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Books to Welcome the Night

Amy Fauss - The Great Outdoors » Our World at Night

What child isn't fascinated with the moon, or twinkling stars and constellations? Or nocturnal owls and bats that take flight at night and fill the dark skies? Nighttime is alluring and mysterious, as there's a whole new world that comes to life when the ...
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From Our Bookshelves: July Reviews

Savvy Parenting Staff - The Delights of Reading

My Teacher Is A Monster by Peter Brown (pictured above)Reviewed by Eliza ClarkParents like to think of our kids’ teachers as our greatest allies: we’re all in this together, helping our kids to learn and grow.  Sometimes, though, we forget that our...
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