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A Parent's Primer to Anime and Manga

A Parent's Primer to Anime and Manga

Has your child shown an interest in anime or manga, but you're not sure what is appropriate for them to see or read? We spoke to experts about the difference between anime and manga, where it came from, the cultural context and taboo topics that appear, and how to navigate the ratings of anime and manga.

Anime and Manga Suggestions for First-Time Viewers and Readers

Anime and Manga Suggestions for First-Time Viewers and Readers

Have your children shown an interest in anime or manga, but you aren't sure what is appropriate? We've got anime recommendations for first-time viewers from Common Sense Media and manga recommendations for first-time readers from Brigid Alverson of Good Comics for Kids.

Stuff We Like: Keeping Kids Healthy & Safe
Personalize Your Holiday Gifts in Forest Hills

Personalize Your Holiday Gifts in Forest Hills

A Little Personalized, a personalization boutique in Forest Hills, recently opened. The store personalizes every product it sells, making perfect baby shower, graduation, and holiday gifts. The store also offers knitting and sewing classes for kids in Queens.

Stuff We Like: Role Playing
Stuff We Like: Back to School, Back to Cool
Stuff We Like: Kinda Campy
Jungle Bob's Reptile World Opens Fossil Gift Shop

Jungle Bob's Reptile World Opens Fossil Gift Shop

Jungle Bob’s Reptile World, a large reptile pet store recently opened Jungle Bob’s Fossil Store. The store offers a variety of fossil gifts of various prices, including many gifts under $10.

Stuff We Like: 5 Free Cooking Apps for Kids
Stuff We Like: Frozen Sweet Treats from Weelicious
Stuff We Like: Fun in the Outdoors
Stuff We Like: Summer Playlist for Kids
Party Central Pick of the Month: Project Treasure

Party Central Pick of the Month: Project Treasure

Looking for a personal or group birthday gift that will mean a lot to the recipient? Project Treasure delivers a keepsake box filled with letters from loved ones to the birthday boy or girl on their special day.

Stuff We Like: Green Products to Make Earth Day Every Day
Stuff We Like: Dollhouses for Open-Ended Play
Special Stuff: Part 2
Stuff We Like: Bunny Love
Stuff We Like: Ready for Rain
Stuff We Like: Get Well Wishes
Stuff We Like: Let's Get Personal
Stuff We Like: Family Board Games
'Real Parents. Real Answers.' Offers Youth Groups the Tools to Pledge to Stay Tobacco-Free

'Real Parents. Real Answers.' Offers Youth Groups the Tools to Pledge to Stay Tobacco-Free

"Real Parents. Real Answers." now has a tool kit available to youth groups for children to take the pledge to be tobacco-free. The kits help facilitate discussions on the dangers of smoking and how to prevent youth from starting the bad habit.

Stuff We Like: Grand Central at 100
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