Archive for 'Kid Culture'
While friendship is important to children, too much time with friends can spell trouble. Kids and Friends While it’s important and natural for children to have friends, when friends become their number one focus, problems can [...]
From the authors of Buzzed and Pumped, a no-nonsense guide to what kids should know to make healthy decisions. All of our children deserve the chance to be as bright, successful, and healthy as they can [...]
The Internet socializes people in new ways, encouraging the development of innovative approaches to communication and online identity. As new technology and media emerge, cyber behaviors will continue to affect us, our relationships, our communities, and [...]
Becoming Vegetarian is the ultimate source for helping make a successful switch to a vegetarian diet. This revised update of an international bestseller is packed with authoritative vegetarian and vegan nurtition information from established, savvy experts, [...]
Girls Will Be Girls will enlighten parents on ways to empower girls from age 6 to 16 to face today’s challenging world. Author Joann Deak uses the latest brain research to illustrate the exciting new ways [...]
The average North American child sees about 40,000 television commercials every year. Companies target younger viewers all the time, selling everything from sugar cereals to minivans, and cross-promotional marketing influences everything from the food stocked in [...]
In our rush to make sure our kids are provided with everything in life, we shouldn’t overlook the incredible value of developing a child’s self-esteem. In 501 Ways to Boost Your Child’s Self Esteem, you will [...]
Are computers effective learning tools for young children? Can computers help our kids learn to read, write, and think? The Child and the Machine is, astonishingly, the first book ever to address these questions. Drawing upon [...]
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