Bullying. The not so last frontier of childhood. Despite the passing of decades, it is one piece of childhood that refuses to go away.
The other night, as we sat giggling in my daughter’s bed discussing how much fun her birthday party was, I realized this is such a big moment.
Before, if someone was talking about addiction in a negative way and I would instantly jump up with statistics and facts. Not any more.
When they were still bitties, my boys spent $250 on Smurf berries. They had no idea they were spending real money—and neither did we until our credit card statement showed up.
Moving from one country to another can be a hard thing for kids to understand. We’ve got seven books that celebrate everything that immigration entails.