Topic: Children’s Books

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 children, soon turned into a more serious venture after[...]

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 Armenian International[...]

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 area as an Armenian language teacher with Armenian Relief[...]

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. These natural caretakers have had to lean-out of the[...]

FAIR LAWN, N.J. — Here in the U.S. Diaspora, no children’s book collection is complete without at least one copy of Goodnight Moon. In this timeless bedtime story, a whimsical series of illustrations capture the essence of falling[...]

NEW YORK — Roslin Press, a New York-based publishing house known for its Western Armenian publication of The Chronicles of Narnia recently announced its latest publication – Piso, an illustrated book series for children ages 2 and[...]