“Welcome to the Little Red Riding Hood Project, a text and image archive containing sixteen English versions of the fairy tale. The Little Red Riding Hoods presented here represent some of the more common varieties of the tale from the English-speak ing world in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries. The materials were drawn from the de Grummond Children’s Literature Research Collectionat the University of Southern Mississippi.”–From the website.
Includes a database by the non-profit organization Common Sense Media of reviews on all types of media (movies, books, games, websites, apps, music, and TV) that parents and their children can use to find trustworthy information about all of these kinds of media.
This is a very helpful homework help center.
The ALSC offers it updated version of the best web sites for children here.
This is the announcement from the Government Printing Office about its first comic book.
“The Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics, or the Forum, is a working group of Federal agencies that collect, analyze, and report data on issues related to children and families. The Forum has partners from 22 Federal agencies as well as partners in private research organizations.”–From the Website
“StateAnimals.com is an educational web site which contains photos and descriptions of Official State Animals of the United States. Our objective is to provide simple yet concise information about these Officially Designated State Animals as well as providing clear documentation of a unique part of America’s heritage.”–From the Web site.
The Web magazine doubleX offers this interview with noted author Judy Blume.