Hundreds of stunning images from black history, drawn from old negatives, have long been buried in the musty envelopes and crowded bins of the New York Times archives. None of them was published by The Times until now. Were the photos — or the people in them — not deemed newsworthy enough? Check out the finally published NY Times photos of Black Americans who shaped our history and called us to dare to dream in “full color”.
With the busyness of December behind us, families are gearing up for kids to return to school. While not as big an occasion as the beginning of the school year, back to school in January is another time of change and adaptation. Check out this blog post from the New York Times for tips on navigating the midwinter back to school routine.
2015 was a year of twists, turns, and unexpected sequels. Check out the list on the Brightly website, and find what you’ve missed, then pick up that book and read it. Together!
Studies continue to show that reading to your children is good for their brains. So pull out those books and fill their heads with wonder!
Seasons Greetings from our friends at Brightly!Between shopping, parties, and visiting Santa at the mall, the true meaning of Christmas can get lost in the excitement. If you’re looking for a way to keep the real reason for the season at the forefront of your Christmas celebrations, try reading these books with your kids.
Last minute book advice –
Take a listen: NPR’s feature might be of help during these last few flurries of holiday shopping.
Relax, tune in, and maybe even cozy down with a good book!