Tips and advice for parents and families by Kim Komando
The Baby Place
The Baby Place, is a starting point for information on pregnancy, birth,
and babies. They have many pages of baby-related content plus links to
other interesting sites.
A site for family fun ideas. It includes projects, arts and crafts, recipies,
raising kids, and holiday ideas for the whole family.
The ultimate site for finding catalogs for everything.
Child Care Information
National Association for Family Childcare
5202 Pinemont Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84123
Traveling with children
How to create family routes for a trip, or tours of different factories,
or a family vacation on a working farm. All types of deals and family
friendly cruises and trips. Also road trips, etc., with some fun car games
that can be used daily, for car pooling, traffic jams, and planes, trains
Good site for camping. Checklists, tips, tricks, first aid, etc.
Website for parent library information
This is a site for learning for kids by bringing kids and books together.
Database of Award-Winning Children's
A librarian at Cal State, Lisa Bartle, created an excellent site that
catalogued thousands of children's books that have received major awards.
There is a search engine to retrieve books based on topic, age, etc. Excellent
The Working Parents Handbook, by Kit Kollenberg, June Solnit Sale,
with Elen Melinkoff. Fireside Books, 1996
Child care as well as other issues important to parents.
The Unofficial Guide to Childcare, by Ann Douglas. John Way and
Sons, 1998. The book gives the and over view of the pros and cons of
different child care options. There are tips for parents in making a
Choosing Quality Child Care: The American Red Cross Search Guide, edited
by The American Red Cross, American Red Cross Publishing, 2001. Worksheets
with questions, and interview ideas for parents.