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Senator Ted Cruz tried to connect Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to an anti-racist baby book. Here are more woke baby books for parents.

Ted Cruz and Anti Racist Baby

Don’t Sleep on ‘Woke’ Baby Books, Kids Do See Color

Check out these options of low- or no-tech alternatives to screen time that will keep your children smiling all year.

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Fun For The Children That Doesn’t Involve an iPad

FEATURED BOOK(Age 9+)AlesiaEach month “The Reading Quilt” provides a short review of a book that a homeschool parent may use to spark conversations about culture and race, along with a learning activity that may help a young learner understand human behavior. Using the acronym Q.U.I.L.T., Dr. Slaughter offers readers information about the author’s background along with the Quality of writing, Universal theme, Imaginative […]

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The Reading Quilt: Alesia: The Life Of A Girl In A Wheelchair

Host of the syndicated BACKtalk podcast and live stream, Janice Robinson-Celeste interviewed author and literary advocate, Carylee Carrington about “Black Children’s Book Authors You Don’t Know About” and we had a great time talking about our favorite children’s books, including her two books feature below as well as my two board that you can also find below. And you can find […]

Black Book Authors You Don't Know About

Black Children’s Book Authors You Don’t Know About

FEATURED BOOK(Age 10+)The Watsons go to Birmingham — 1963Each month “The Reading Quilt” provides a short review of a book that a homeschool parent may use to spark conversations about culture and race, along with a learning activity that may help a young learner understand human behavior. Using the acronym Q.U.I.L.T., Dr. Slaughter offers readers […]

The Reading Quilt: Family Values & Protests

It is flu-season and there is a new toddler board book out that helps teach young children how to blow their nose to help prevent catching viruses! If you have ever tried to teach a toddler how to blow his or her nose, you know as a parent that they will inhale, blow out of their mouths, spit, and do everything but blow their nose. Some children will even run away. So how does a parent keep their child from wiping their nose on their sleeves? You teach them with their imagination like early childhood expert, Janice Robinson-Celeste did in her newest book, Miles’ Stuffy Nose.

New Toddler Board Book Helps Keep Your Child Healthy During Flu Season

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