We all love Shrek. And if you don't, you're just rejecting your true nature and deep down you love the amazingly comedic yet emotional drama about a green ogre trying his best to do right despite all the hindrances in his life.
We all have our own special children's books. Whether it's a friendly dog named Biscuit, a rabbit named Peter, or a corduroy bear, these books not only helped us develop our reading skills, but also broadened our horizons. Without these stories, many of us wouldn't be the people we are today.
There's no feeling quite as homey as re-reading your favorite books; books from your childhood, books that held your teenage heart, books that adult you has used as guide points while you navigate through life.
It was twenty years ago that Andrew Wakefield, a physician and researcher at the time, published a study linking vaccinations for measles, mumps, and rubella to autism.
Last week we brought you Marlon Bundo’s Day in the Life of the Vice President, the children's book written by Charlotte Pence and illustrated by Karen Pence, daughter and wife of Vice President Mike Pence respectively. The book was r
Life is pretty sweet for the BOTUS (Bunny of the United States). He is the first bunny ever to ride Air Force Two. He has nearly 17,000 followers on
Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that Lin Manuel Miranda, the mastermind behind hit musical Hamilton is close to signing a deal to play "balloonist and adven