Parents all over this nation are letting their voices be heard at their local school board meetings. What in the world is going on in these schools?
Do children's books play a role in shaping children's attitudes about COVID-19?
Many new children's books are released each month. Do you know what lies Between the Covers?
Should parents be asking more questions about the books their children are reading? If so, where do they go to find those answers?
The Mind Polluters shows the brutal battle being waged to indoctrinate children with materials so heinous that they are illegal everywhere, except in the classroom.
Parents scratch their heads, puzzled as to how their children ended up with worldviews at polar opposites from their own. How were these ideas shaped and developed?
Are children's picture books helping shape the worldviews of children AND adults?
What messages are being given to young children about COVID-19? Are these messages accurate and necessary, or do they lean towards propaganda?
This is a sad article to write, as I reflect on the passing of a valiant woman.
What’s the Dr. Seuss “banned book” controversy about anyway? Is it a distraction, or is there something more going on?
This article examines some lessons learned in an award-winning young adult book.
Reality is defined as: "the world or the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them." Reality is not subjective.
Are children being trained by adults to become activists? Are they qualified to take on these battles, or are they being exploited?
Even very young children seem to have strong feelings and opinions about controversial subjects. Are these ideas purposefully planted in the minds of children?
Are books marketed for young readers neutral? You decide.
Are children influenced by product placements in books? Today's children have substantial purchasing power.
How much, if any, impact do product placements have on children's spending or further reading material?
What about Drag Queen Story Hour? Should parents take their children to a library to be entertained?
Are fictional characters a reflection of our society today, or are they helping to establish a new normal?