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Bookish Travels: Conner Prairie Headless Horseman

Bookish Travels: Conner Prairie Headless Horseman

Fall is my favorite season, and, of course, my favorite fall event has a literary theme. I never miss the Conner Prairie Headless Horseman Hayride and Celebration. The Conner Prairie Headless Horseman festival is a yearly tradition for our family, and it has something...
12 Diwali Books for Children

12 Diwali Books for Children

Diwali (also called Dipavali) is the Hindu festival of lights. It signifies the victory of good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. It is celebrated with lights, feasts, fireworks, gift-giving, and prayers to Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity. You may also like...

September 2019 Income Report

Here’s the Feminist Books for Kids income and traffic report for September 2019: Website Traffic: Pageviews: 4812 (up 754) Users: 3669 (up 772) Sessions: 4128 (up 820) Social Media Followers: Facebook: 2565 (up 389) Pinterest: 1590 (up 66) Email Subscribers: 222...
14 Dia de los Muertos Children’s Books

14 Dia de los Muertos Children’s Books

Día de los Muertos, also known as Día de Muertos or Day of the Dead, is a holiday celebrated all over Mexico, especially in Central and South Mexico, and by Mexican people all over the world. You may also enjoy these Diverse Halloween Picture Books! During Día de los...
8 Children’s Books About Haunted Houses

8 Children’s Books About Haunted Houses

One of our favorite fall traditions is visiting the Haunted House at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis every year. My kids love that it’s just scary enough to be fun, without overwhelming them. This year’s theme is “Hotel of Spells,”...

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