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‘Sprouting Wings’ & Pursuing Dreams New children's picture book by Louisa Jaggar tells story of first Black airman to fly across the United States

As a farm boy growing up in Oklahoma around the turn of the 20th century, James Herman Banning dreamed big. He dreamed of one day touching the sky. But how could Banning, a young African American boy, find a plane much less locate someone who could teach him? In a …

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Keep That Dental Appointment Why you shouldn't ignore your child's oral health during the COVID-19 pandemic

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused us to rethink, rework and reprioritize the way we go about our lives. It’s resulted in confusing decisions for parents, raising questions such as “which outings are necessary?” and “how do I keep my child healthy when at businesses and other types of appointments?” …

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Discover the Benefits of Summer Camp Baltimore-area summer camp directors reflect on how their camp experiences impacted them as adults

How many children attend camp each summer? According to the American Camp Association (ACA), 14 million kids and adults go to camp every summer. To understand why summer camps are so popular, Baltimore’s Child asked several coordinators and directors from summer camps in the Baltimore area to reflect on how …

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Fall in Love with Valentine’s Day Reading 10 Books to Get in the Spirit of the Holiday

Explore love in all its forms with the following terrific reads. BOARD/TODDLERS ‘Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse!’ by Laura Numeroff Our friend, Mouse, celebrates Valentine’s Day by celebrating his love for each of his friends. Each one is special: Pig is strong, Cat is brave, and Dog always knows the perfect …

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