By Lauren Silverman
"Children surviving childhood is my obsessive theme and my life's concern," Maurice Sendak told NPR in 1993. The author and illustrator — one of the most admired artists in children's literature — died Tuesday at the age of 83.
Cape Cod journalist Sarah Colvin interviews Through My Eyes Director Jen Sexton about the upcoming China series, presented by two children, Ava, age seven, and Sofie, age eight, as they experience new and fascinating places, events, and interactions during their visit to three destinations in China's Pearl River Delta.
By Kids Media Matters
Three independent studies report that the highly rated WGBH and PBS KIDS series Martha Speaks is an effective tool across platforms (broadcast and mobile devices) in increasing young children’s vocabulary.
On Fine Feathered Friends, Kids' Classical Hour host Ray Brown takes you on a tour of classical music inspired by birds, including music by Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, and a special version of Robert McCloskey’s classic book, Make Way for Ducklings!