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Last Chance to Save 15% on the 'My Friends and I' Friendship Book

My Friends and I book girl
As February, aka International Friendship Month, draws to a close, so does the special offer for the 'My Friends and I' friendship book.

Designed for children between the ages of 5 to 12, kids will dive into a world of fun, as this unique interactive memory book takes a journey from friend to friend revealing their favorite foods, hobbies, dreams, and so much more, all the while creating a beautiful keepsake filled with photos and shared moments.

Read on and get 15% off your order now.
By Birgit Sund on February 27, 2024

Giveaway: Win 1 of 3 Cute Friendship Books for Your Child

Giveaway: Win 1 of 3 Cute Friendship Books for Your Child

Schools out for summer – now it’s time to gear up for an amazing summer camp or a well-deserved summer vacation!

To celebrate the accomplishments of our incredible kids this school year and keep them entertained during the summer, we're giving away three copies of 'My Friends and I.' Enter to win now!

By Birgit Sund on May 27, 2023

Beyond the Spectrum: The Power of Friendship for Children with Autism

Kids with autism need friends too
Friendships are important for all children, regardless of their background or circumstances. Children with Autism are no exception. Unfortunately, many children with Autism are struggling to make friends. So, how can we help children with Autism make friends and how can we be a good friend to an autistic person?
By Birgit Sund on April 2, 2023

How You Can Help Your Child Make Friends At And Outside Of School

Lonely girl

Are you new to the area? Is your child starting school? Is your child struggling to make friends?

It is hard for parents to watch their child having trouble making friends in the classroom, on the playground, in the neighborhood, or any other place children their age mix and mingle.

Parents feel their children’s feelings and want them to be happy. However, trying to solve their children’s problems for them is ultimately not a solution. Instead, parents may guide their children in the right direction and get involved by talking with their child's teacher, read books about friendship, model behavior, try role play, or give them tools that may help them find their way and build relationships and friendships on their own.

Here is a one tool that will help your child break the ice at and outside of school.
By Birgit Sund on August 25, 2022