Topic: Children’s Books

Nonny Hogrogian, a Caldecott Award-winning children’s book illustrator died on May 9, 2024, two days after her 92nd birthday. She never lost her love of folk and fairy tales, poetry,[...]

Armenian Wonderwomen, published in an Author’s Edition in Yerevan, Armenia, in 2023, gives us a glimpse into the lives of 37 Armenian women, both historical and contemporary, who have defied[...]

By Liz Ohanesian BURBANK, Calif. (Orange County Register) — Inside Burbank’s Republik Coffee, Lucy jumps on her hind legs as if she’s about to greet me with a hug. We’ve[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — Join Meghri Dervartanian on Friday, November 10, at 5 p.m. for an Armenian children’s book reading, to be held at 47 Lawndale St., Belmont. The evening will[...]

LOS ANGELES — Steve Boyadzhyan, an Armenian-American author, has launched a new children’s book series, “Growing Up Proud,” now available on Amazon. The series is focused on teaching young Armenian[...]

SAN DIEGO — Author and composer George Kirazian’s new book, The Princess of December, has been released by Laurel Publications and is available on in print and Kindle formats.[...]

A new book, Armenia for Kids, by Armenian-American author Lisa Menasian Colloca has just been published. According to Colloca, “what started as a pandemic project and gift to my own[...]

LOS ANGELES — “Thank you for moving our hearts,” was the concluding remark of moderator Alice Petrossian at the “Beyond The Book: Transforming Armenian Children’s Literature” webinar, organized by the[...]

DETROIT — Hourig Toukhanian Jacobs was one of those people who seem to single-handedly keep the Armenian culture alive. For some 50 years she was active in the Metro Detroit[...]

The pandemic has pushed 3 million women out of the workforce, one million mothers, amounting to $64 billion dollars in lost wages, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.[...]