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Rachel Cericola will never be a real New Englander because she can't stand the sight of clam chowder. She spends her days (and nights) covering home, technology and entertainment topics, as well as trying to update her website.

11-Year-Old Writes a Book About Space – and It’s Good!

Walter Levin's The Kid Who Went to the Moon fulfills every kid’s fantasy in more ways than one.

EZLeaps Make Learning to Tie Shoes a Snap

Invented by a first grade teacher and mom, this simple teaching tool is available in 12 styles.

Grush Crushes Cavity Creeps with Video Game Toothbrush

The Grush Brush combines video games, an app, and dental hygiene.

Feast Upon the <em>Taste of Tanzania</em> Cookbook

GeekMom Rachel is giddy about her culinary adventures with Miriam R. Kinunda's African cookbook.

Rock Yourself to Sleep With the Sweet Sounds of The Clash

Sleep is calling, thanks to the latest set of Rockabye Baby lullabies.

The Musical Treasures of <em>Jake and the Never Land Pirates</em>

Loren Hoskins and Kevin Hendrickson put a bit of pirate into every song they create for Disney's popular series.

<em>Maker Shack Agency</em> is TV for Your Maker-in-Training

For a limited time, the pilot for the science-themed children's show is streaming for free on Amazon.

Fox Plans Nationwide <em>Cosmos</em> Screenings with Live Q&A

The March event will include Neil deGrasse Tyson, Seth MacFarlane, Ann Druyan, and more.

Dueling <em>Game of Thrones</em> Figures Will Pit Dark Horse Against Funko

Funko's Legacy Collection is coming next week, with Dark Horse's latest to be released sometime in July.

<em>The Jungle Book</em> Gets a Wild, Wonderful Diamond Edition

GeekMom Rachel checks out Disney's new Blu-ray release for the 1967 classic.