“You Have to F*cking Eat” Is Funny Because It’s True

Getting your kids to eat right is the perennial challenge of being a parent, and now it's been turned into a humorous not-for-kids children's book.

4 Magical Cozy Mystery Series to Snuggle Up With This Fall

These four cozy mystery series are the perfect quick reads for nights when you want to wrap your brain in warm fuzzies.

A Great Scottish Export? <em>The Gruffalo</em>.

"A moose took a dauner through the deep, mirk widd. A tod saw the moose and the moose looked guid." A favored children's book, in Scottish?

A Great British Export: The Gruffalo

Oh help! Oh no! It's a Gruffalo. Who do you expect to meet on a walk in the deep dark woods?

Between the Bookends: September 2014

Wondering what the GeekMoms have been reading this month? As the new school year begins, our choices include time travel romance, astronaut biographies, kings' messengers, Irish immigrants, killer cakes, and The Doctor.

10 DC Comics Board Books to Make You a Baby Shower Super Hero

Your favorite DC Comics super heroes can stand up to the Joker, Lex Luthor, and now your toddler's front teeth with these colorful board books.

Jonathan Wood: Being a Man Who Doesn’t Kick-Ass, Writing Women Who Do

Jonathan Wood joins GeekMom as a guest to share how kick-ass women inspire his writing.

The Finale of the <em>Hollows</em>: An Interview with Kim Harrison

Kim Harrison talks about the final book in the best-selling Hollows series, including why she included the epilogue.

Ben Hatke’s <em>Lost Creatures</em> Blog Tour

Come check out a lost creature on Ben Hatke's blog tour. GeekMom is hosting some leafy and literate trolls!

<em>The Digital Mystique</em>: An Interview With Author Sarah Granger

GeekMom interviews Sarah Granger, author of the recently released The Digital Mystique: How the Culture of Connectivity Can Empower Your Life- Online and Off, which officially launches this week as the most ...