- October 2012
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This Issue's Online Articles
Book Nook - Spook-tacular
Monsters, ghosts, and more... This selection of books will gear you up for the Halloween season!
How to Host a Tween Halloween Party
If your tween still want spooky thrills, think about throwing a lively, age-appropriate party as a way to keep your young teen happy, entertained, and safe on Halloween night.
Is there a secret to locating that special someone your children enjoy, you trust, and who is also available on a Saturday night?
Kids & Politics - Why it Counts
The ongoing drama and debate of the political season provide ample opportunity to engage elementary and middle school aged kids, many of whom are just starting to define their personal ideals and find their own voices.
Biz Kids - Getting started as a young entrepreneur
A good majority of businesses are run by adults, but Keefe and a growing number of young adults are trying their hand at starting their own business.
Inspiring the Next Generation of Storytellers
We asked some of the featured authors what their favorite books were as children and how books inspired and empowered them to become writers.
Strengthening That Bond With Your Teen
If you parent a tween, then you probably know how easily tweens can become TOO BUSY, even for you! While their social life is important, the following tips may help strengthen bonds with family members.
5 Tips for Enjoying Halloween
While many children enjoy Halloween traditions, children affected by a sensory processing disorder may interpret and react differently to these holiday activities
Teen Behavior - It Must be Neurological
How does a once predictable and well-behaved child turn into an erratic and irritable stranger? Hormones might help to explain mood swings, but adolescent angst is much more complicated than that.