News Releases

Oct 11, 2005
-Child Editors Available For Interviews-
TREND - Bilingual Babies: Pro or Con? \- Is it Ever Too Early to Teach Your Child A Foreign Language? -- Page 82
Well-meaning parents, eager to expose their children to a multitude of experiences, are enrolling their children in classes to learn French, Spanish, Italian, even Mandarian. Is it too much too soon?


  • Which Approach Would You Take? ‘Tis the Season for Temper Tantrums -- Page 76
    Readers reveal how they'd cope with a major meltdown during a holiday dinner.
  • Food in a Flash: An Elegant Turkey Dinner for 6… in Just Two Hours -- Page 68
    Thanksgiving dinner usually takes at least five hours to cook. Our version of turkey and the trimmings takes just two hours – without skimping on taste.
  • Child's Best Toy Awards 2005 -- Page 146
    Need help with holiday shopping? The magazine’s picks for the most fun, educational and creative toys of the year are rigorously tested and expert-approved!
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    Ideas for seasonal sweets your clan will gobble up; craft instructions for festive, decorative keepsakes; recipes for tasty dishes your kids can help prepare; and much more. Go to:


  • My Favorite Things: Cynthia Rowley -- Page 104
    The fashion designer and mother of two shares her secrets for family happiness.
  • For the Love of Nature -- Page 78
    Jane Goodall – Renowned primatologist Jane Goodall on what animals can teach us about family life and how to raise kids to respect the environment.
  • The Ultimate Guide to the Adoption Process - November is National Adoption Awareness Month -- Page 131
    Our six steps, from choosing an agency to completing the paperwork to bonding with your child, make the process easier.
  • 10 Ways to Save Time -- Page 110
    From managing the influx of mail to tailoring your to-do list, Child has the answers for squeezing more minutes out of the day.

Editors from Child are available to discuss these and other articles from the November issue - on newsstands October 11– November 14, 2005.


Susan Soriano