Race cars, stock cars, motorcycles, motocross bikes, and space ships! What little boy wouldn’t find himself in heaven with a film showcasing all these fast paced, high adventure “big boy” toys!
Racing Stripes is a wonderfully, funny, family film. Children and adults will find themselves giggling at silly, comedic acts, while being drawn into the film through a heartwarming story about a girl and her pet zebra, Stripes.
What reads like a series of newspaper columns, written by one distraught, yet hopeful mom is a book filled with motherly insight. And not those pretty, painted pictures you’re often fed in other parenting books. Schmitt lays it all out on the line?sometimes serious, sometimes funny?but always insightful.
This newly released book, written by a second wife and her husband’s ex, is a very comprehensive guide to how parents should behave after a divorce or separation. It covers a broad range of topics, including how to get along with your spouse’s ex, how to ease kids’ transition from Mom’s house to Dad’s house, what to do when kids compare Mom’s house to Dad’s house, and much more.
The Stupendous Dodgeball Fiasco is a must read for every pre-teen in the country. Not just because it’s a cute story filled with wonderful insight into the lives of circus people, but because it’s a book about finding one’s own niche in the word, believing one deserves better than life’s circumstances, standing up for oneself, and really, it’s about standing up for others when they’re too afraid to stand up for themselves.
The mission of The Post-Adoption Blues is to examine the challenges of adoption, and to alleviate feelings often experienced during and after the adoption process.
There are a lot of second rate children’s albums out there. Many are poorly produced, and the the performers are often less than talented. Fortunately, Catch the Moon, a new children’s album from Lisa Loeb and Elizabeth Mitchell, isn’t one of them.
In a two-income economy families are finding it more and more difficult than ever to make ends meet. Yet, many families are determined to pay off their debts and get one parent home?for the kids! But how can two-income families become one-income families, in a two-income economy?