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Keyword: Kids Blog

Books for Military Families and People Who Care About Them

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Veteran’s Day and Memorial Day are flag-waving celebrations when we all think about those who serve are country. For some kids, though, this awareness is part of their lives every day. They have a family member deployed. On Sesame Workshop’s website, it details their initiative to support families with members in the military.

Recycle for the Greener Earth!

Adventures of a Plastic Bottle by Alison Inches

Every household in the US. produces waste. However, what we think originally as "waste" might still have great value. We can help improve the world's environment by recycling or reusing household discarded items. At the recycling center, there are huge bins available for every type of material: cardboard paper, plastic, aluminum cans, glass, newspaper, and magazines. The collected piles will go through a recycling process that gives them a new life, and the new materials can be used again.

Poems For Tiny People and The Grown-Ups Who Love Them

Silver Moon: Lullabies and Cradle Songs by Jack Perlutsky and illustrated by Jui Ishida

Poetry does not need to be lofty. It does not need to be revolutionary. It does not need to rhyme or follow a particular form. It can do all of these things, but it doesn’t have to. When we celebrate National Poetry Month every April, sometimes we forget that it is for all ages. That’s right; even tiny babies can enjoy poems.

Camp Fire's Absolutely Incredible Kid Day

Camp Fire's Absolutely Incredible Kid Day

Kids are amazing! They all bring something unique and interesting to the world. We wouldn't be able to see things the way that we do without the perspective that they provide.

Book Review: Travels With Gannon and Wyatt: Botswana

Travels with Gannon and Wyatt by Patti Wheeler

Are you ready for a tour of Africa?

Join twin brothers, Gannon and Wyatt, in exploring one of the most exotic parts of the world, the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Gannon and Wyatt thrive in adventures. They travel with their parents to remote parts of the earth in order to study the environment, wildlife, and cultures. During the trips, the twins studiously keep private journals, which they prefer to call "field notes."

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