Articles about child
At her productive height, British children's writer Enid Blyton pounded out an estimated 10,000 words a day. Her books have always been popular with children but are often criticized by adults.
An overview of the stages babies go through at various ages when they learn to speak
An overview of Noam Chomsky's theory about the unique ability of human children to learn to speak a language.
Why are languages disappearing, and why should we be concerned?
January 25 is Robert Burns Day. This is when Scots and Scottish wannabees in Scotland and around the world joyfully celebrate Scotland's most famous poet.
In the Middle Ages women's life choices were limited by both gender and social status. But in spite of these limitations, medieval women had a surprisingly wide range of careers.
When Medieval monks and nuns retired from the world, they dedicated themselves to a life of incessant prayer, constant discipline, and Spartan simplicity. There were many reasons to take monastic vows, and these were not always spiritual.
This satirical musical from the creators of South Park deals with unlikely topics from the history of an evangelical religious movement to female genital mutilation.
Once in a rare while, when a movie is made from a children's book the quality of the original book and the production values of the movie come together in a perfect magical recipe.
With the increasing popularity of DNA testing I decided to satisfy my curiosity and jump on the DNA bandwagon. The results were both interesting and surprising.