"School of Fear: The Final Exam," the third and final book in the School of Fear trilogy by Gitty Daneshvari, debuts this October, making it the perfect spooky read for kids around Halloween.
These kids' bike helmets from Raskullz keep little noggins safe from bumps and bruises while adding a touch of awesome to your child's safety gear.
These glow-in-the-dark skeleton pajamas for kids will add just the right amount of frightening fun to your child's bedtime routine, whether on Halloween or any night of the year.
Your kids will be the most fashion-forward trick-or-treaters on the block this Halloween with a personalized skull candy bag from Pottery Barn Kids.
Arm your kids with a candy-carrying bag that will be the talk of the neighborhood. A festive accessory to any child's costume, this skeleton head treat tote provides an easy-to-carry option for trick-or-treaters of any age.
Have a hard time imagining how your kids will be able to tote all their Halloween goodies from house to house? Snag them the coolest jack-o-lantern trick-or-treat bag for all their candy-carrying needs.
Not sure what type of festive party favor to give out to the kids at your family Halloween party this year? Keep them busy by handing out these creepy (but fun) eye and spider bouncy balls.
Make candy collecting extra fun this Halloween by getting your child a specially embroidered and personalized black cat trick-or-treat bag.
Whether your kids plan on dressing up as ghosts, witches, devils, or princesses for Halloween, this spooky trick-or-treat candy bag is sure to complete any costume.
Get your kids into the spirit of Halloween before a night of trick-or-treating and candy consuming distracts them entirely. In these two children's books, everybody's favorite big red dog, Clifford, delights everyone in your family with "tails" of his Halloween adventures.
These colorful and cute plush animal masks for kids from Lakeshore Learning can be a great accent for handmade Halloween costumes, but they make for great fun at any time of year.
With the holiday season always seemingly just around the corner, it's never too early to start holiday shopping for your kids this year. Not sure what to get your child for Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanza? Check out the top "hot" toys for 2011 according to Toy Insider.
This fall, the trend to talk about in kids' fashions is layering. Check out our guide, complete with photos and buying information, and send your little ones back to school in the coolest clothes.
Forget your metal baking pans. More important--make clean-up easier! These paper baking cups from Welcome Home Brands aren't just convenient (bake treats right in them and serve directly from the oven), they're cute, too.
Check out these creative, "flavorful" birthday party favors and ideas—for kids of all ages—from Wonka chocolate bars and cake pans to yummy-looking (and eco-friendly!) gift bags.
The Happy Family® brand, popular for their organic squeezable baby foods, has introduced the new Happy Squeeze line of fruit smoothies, perfect for every member of the family, not just the tots.
Check out our most recent lineup of favorite products for kids, featuring everything from an adorable critter towel from Apple Park to the new album, 'Little Nut Tree' from kiddie musician Dan Zanes. We're also loving Pottery Barn Kids 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' bedsheets, and BellyWashers fruit juice punch.
With summer ending and fall nearly in full swing, it's time for kids to gear up for another school year. As students know, this means new backpacks, pencils, and notebooks. As parent know, this means a back-to-school shopping list that can be anything but budget-friendly. Read on for easy, money-saving tips that ensure your little student starts the school year off right, without breaking the bank.
Check out these stylish clothes, shoes, and accessories for mom, dad, and baby including adorable bear-shaped hair clips by Tous, a dapper diaper bag for dad by Diaper Dude, Cole Haan's latest line of baby shoes, and For Multiples, a new twin-friendly maternity line for moms expecting more than one.
The Topps Company has introduced a new sticker book that will make even the most seasoned New Yorker want to act like a tourist again. The My City New York City book includes all the greatest NYC landmarks and sights, and a great incentive to get out and see them: $8,000 in specialty tours and gift certificates.
Ellen Schmidt, the blogger behind Baby Meets City, tells us her favorite New York City-based books for kids.
Check out the must-have products this summer, including a lightweight but strong line of mesh beach totes; a hair product that protects against damage by sun, salt, and chlorine; fun pool and water toys for kids; and a chalk art set for kids.
This Father's Day, give Granddad a way to record his memories for your kids. Here's tips on how to help him start a journal and preserve his life stories for generations to come.
Let's all agree that dads are difficult, if not impossible, to shop for. This Father's Day, get him a gift he'll really appreciate -- check out our top gift picks for the big guy in your life.
Each year, students leave school at the peak of their math skills, only to let those skills wither over the summer as they enjoy camps, vacations, and video games. To combat this, TenMarks Education yesterday released its new summer math programs designed to give parents and students the tools they need to not only keep their math skills sharp, but to help students move ahead for the next school year.