It’s fair to say that most of us aren’t getting around much these days. We applaud everyone’s efforts to stay at home and stay safe. It isn’t easy to keep wee social butterflies isolated from friends, family andLearn more!
In keeping with this week’s theme of Imagination (and oh, what a wonderful theme it is), we are happy to introduce Mr. Nietzsche, our Famous Brain of the week! Nietzsche spent a lot of time encouraging people toLearn more!
Writing our books and apps is a whole lot of fun, but getting positive feedback is even more fun! Nothing thrills us more than finding out that something we’ve produced has tickled someone’s funny bone and sparked anLearn more!
Let’s be honest- most grown-ups don’t have a good grasp on political issues. Voter turn out is typically disappointing, and we have a tendency to give knee-jerk reactions, instead of thoughtful, well-informed arguments. We often don’t feel likeLearn more!
Wishing all of the little thinkers out there (and big thinkers too) a holiday season full of happiness, love, and above all, GREAT BIG QUESTIONS! Curious minds and rational voices are a gift to those of us whoLearn more!
Hey, want a peek into our newest app, Get Wise? Yeah, it is as cool as it looks. Kids will learn thinking skills while they play, but that can be our little secret. Check out the video, andLearn more!
Spring has sprung, and we’ve come out of hibernation! Here’s where we’ll be in the next few weeks: TIFF Kids Industry Conference– Another year of learning and sharing with some of the most amazing kids’ media producers. FIRSTLearn more!
Happy year of the rooster, everyone! Holidays are a great time to ask big questions of little thinkers, and to celebrate the coming of the lunar new year, we’ve come up with some suggestions. There are so many amazingLearn more!
We don’t need a reason to celebrate big questions and the people who ask them (centuries of them), but hey, who doesn’t love a party? It is our honor and our privilege to create a whole lot ofLearn more!
A long time ago, a barefooted gentleman in in a toga extolled the virtues of admitting one’s own ignorance. His name was Socrates, and he wasn’t suggesting that we should go through life not caring about the answersLearn more!