Month: April 2022

Tweens pull away from their parents. “Turning Red” reminds us it’s normal.

[ad_1] Placeholder while article actions load The new Pixar movie “Turning Red” has gained attention for a few things: reference to periods, a teen girl’s rebellion and centering Asian characters. From the supposed controversy surrounding the movie, I figured director Domee Shi went edgy, creating a fierce rebel in 13-year-old Mei. Instead, the issues inciting …

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Who are India’s science girls and are you afraid of the letter Z? Read and find out

[ad_1] My Trip to La-La LandNandita da Cunha; illustrated byTasneem AmiruddinHarperCollins72 pagesRs 199Suitable for: 8+ years (Photo: Amazon.in) On the final day of the Bookaroo Children’s Literature Festival at National Rail Museum in Delhi in November last year, a group of children sat enthralled as Nandita da Cunha took them through the story of her …

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Commentary: Supportive bystanders for KIDS during Child Abuse Prevention Month and beyond

[ad_1] By Jane Herms, Ken Reiss, and Nancy WeaverSpecial to NKyTribune We’ve all been there. You’re out shopping or at a restaurant with friends or family and you notice a parent and a child really struggling. Maybe the child is having a meltdown, or the parent is yelling. Maybe there’s pushing or shoving involved. Everyone …

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