This is a sponsored post. All thoughts are our own. Forever My Girl is a new film arriving in theaters on January 19. If you’re behind quota on date night and looking for a sign, this is it. Forever My Girl looks like the kind of film that is squarely aimed at the country music crowd who arrived at movie theaters through the romantic isle. Watching the trailer for this brings to mind how thankful we are to not be in the dating game.

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The world of elementary school readers let out a big sigh of relief when Dav Pilkey followed up Captain Underpants with Dog Man. The two titles are quite different, but they both speak to elementary school boys like no other title out there. Dog Man and Cat Kid is the fourth book in the series and continue the half superhero, half police-dog adventures with more costumes, robots and Petey.

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Paddington 2 is in theaters January 12

January 10, 2018

Truth be told I laughed at many parts of the trailer too and let out an “aww…” when I saw Paddington in the antique shop. I suspect that I’ll enjoy the film as much as the kids.
The first Paddington was made six times its investment and was thus enormously profitable. Paddington 2 looks to be cut from the same cloth, combining heart, lots of laughs and a bit of adventure. It’s the sort of family film that I suspect our kids will remember seeing-and then see it with their kids many years down the road.

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All ages comics for January 10

January 9, 2018

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSThis week in new all ages comics is jammed with variety, some cool graphic novels and a new book that has massive brand awareness that your young readers will really want to read. In the podcast and YouTube post we’ll detail two of the go-to comics […]

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Pinckney Island needs to be on the nature lover’s stop in the lowcountry

December 27, 2017

Pinckney Island is large. The brochure says that it’s a six-hour walk and that is true. However, that’s if you walk all of the trails and there are some options that assist you with that. For those who like a nice bike ride you can park and then ride your bike throughout the island. Most of the trails are on gravel roads; however some are on grass trails, which can be trickier to maneuver. There is only one trail that goes down the center of the island, but does branch off to explore coves or inlets, which are all a circle, or meet up with the main trail in just a little bit. A casual cyclist will be able to navigate all of Pinckney Island in three hours.

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Two holiday season must-sees on Netflix

December 24, 2017

Two holiday season must-sees on Netflix

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All ages comics for December 27

December 23, 2017

As a kid I remember reading the old school Casper and Wendy team-up comic books. Wendy is the good witch, all dressed in red and Casper is the friendly ghost; between the two of them they manage to find fun wherever they go. These stories are fun and original, but have the same, classic characters that fans will remember from their original run. Kids aged 9 and up should be able to read Casper and Wendy on their own, while those 5 and up will want it read to them whilst they look at the pictures.

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Quantum Physics for Babies, one of four simple STEM board books

December 21, 2017

Quantum Physics for Babies is by Chris Ferrie and is one of a series of science board books aimed at the very young. General Relativity for Babies, Rocket Science for Babies and Newtonian Physics for Babies are all by Ferrie too and break the complex down to the very simple.
As a parent, you don’t need to know any of these concept or sciences to be able to read these books to your small children. It’s simple text, with big words and illustrations. All the reader has to do is have a small person who wants a book read to them and you’re shaping young minds.

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