How to Foster a Love of Reading in Children

September 30, 2014

Do you have a child who resists reading? Don’t you wish you could get them to love it? You’ve probably tried all kinds of ways and may have found some that worked (we’d love to hear about those – let us know!) There are ways to work with your child to foster a lifelong love of…

Making Life Memories through Family Adventures

September 19, 2014

Life gets busy. Work, school, projects and homework, extracurricular activities, practices, games, church, meals, housework, sleep (?), repeat. The love of adventure, exploring new cultures, and discovering beautiful destinations around the globe usually tapers off as children are born and work demands grow. A young couple that used to travel the world may now just…


Six-Year-Old Creates App Concept to Help Peers Learn to Read While Giving Back to the World

August 27, 2014

New app concept and books provide young readers with the four items they need to enjoy reading. Learn to Read Adventures allows the readers to choose their own path through the interactive stories while supporting artisans in developing nations. The Learn to Read Adventures app is ready for beta testing and the Kickstarter campaign will…

How to Ease Back to School Anxiety and Reading Issues

August 26, 2014

Even though going back to school can be an exciting time for both parents and students, a certain amount of anxiety comes with the beginning of the school year. Much of the anxiety lies with the child. Some typical concerns are about finding new friends, having good teachers, or even can come from inadequacy or…

Sneak Peak: Learn to Read Adventures Nearing Kickstarter Launch

August 12, 2014

Learn to Read Adventures, the app concept and book series that our son, who was six-years-old at the time, came up with to help his peers learn to read is now in beta testing on TestFlight and is nearing its launch on Kickstarter. For those asking how this project came to be, here’s a sneak…

The 4 Things Children Need to Enjoy Learning to Read

July 28, 2014

Children are curious and anxious to learn about the world around them. Books are naturally a part of the learning process even before reading is expected. Parents are encouraged to read to their babies during infancy, and babies and toddlers explore colorful board books during play. Parenting guides commonly suggest toilet-training children read while sitting…