Sarah Pinault

On the Third Day of Christmas We Played Three New Games

Kids got the holiday jitters? We’ve got three games for you that are quick to learn, quick to play, and…

December 20, 2020

No (Coding) Worries With the Matatalab Coding Set Home Edition

In our house the only way you can improve upon a toy is by making it remote control. If you…

December 1, 2020

Having a Blue Christmas With Blue’s Clues

The new series from loveable Blue, Blues Clues & You! brings with it a whole new range of toys. The…

November 23, 2020

Delve Greedily and Deep With the Big Dig

If you lean more to Moria than Rivendell, then it might be time to dig a little deeper in your…

November 22, 2020

Snow Pets: Not Your Childhood Stocking Stuffer

Good things come in small packages, especially when they explode into a winter wonderland. Snow Pets are just the amount…

November 10, 2020

There’s Always Time for a Sticker with the Pipsticks Subscription Service

GeekMom Sarah has been dreaming of stickers -- collecting stickers, using stickers, losing stickers -- since the 80s. This new…

November 9, 2020

Llama Llama Takes on the Tooth Fairy

Anna Dewdney mollifies GeekMom Sarah's Tooth Fairy skepticism with the newest tale of Llama Llama.

October 31, 2020

Magna Tiles: A Very Magnetic Caterpillar

The timeless magic of Eric Carle attracts a new generation through Structures Interactive Storytime Magnatiles. Your kids will be drawn…

October 19, 2020

You Won’t be ‘Horrified’ by This New Game From Ravensburger

If you are in need of some scary treats this Halloween but want to stay home, Ravensburger has got you…

October 15, 2020

Making Some Ghostly Friends With ‘Haunted Mansion: Call Of The Spirits’

Meet some friendly ghosts but avoid getting haunted. Stock up on your favorite Halloween candy and add this game to…

October 12, 2020

Come Little Children, and Play ‘Hocus Pocus’

Come little children and play a game with the Sanderson sisters, just don't get eaten before the sun rises.

September 22, 2020

‘The Monster in the Hollows’: Finding Your True Self in ‘The Wingfeather Saga’

The third installment of Andrew Peterson’s 'The Wingfeather Saga' is re-released this October, in hardcover for the first time. With…

September 20, 2020

Further Adventures in Bookwandering

With the third installment of Pages & Co. coming out this month, you can pick up all three copies. You…

September 8, 2020

‘Being Lolita’ and the Lies We Tell Our Teenage Selves

'Being Lolita: A Memoir' is a haunting look back through adult eyes on a relationship the author had with her…

September 6, 2020

Searching for the Jewels of Anniera in The Wingfeather Saga

Ready for a new adventure? Join Geekmom Sarah in discovering the land of Skree and the Igiby family in the…

August 19, 2020

Soldiers in Petticoats: 100 Years of Voting Rights

My earliest encounter with the Suffragettes was probably the same as everyone else my age, Winifred Banks singing "Sister Suffragette"…

August 18, 2020

National Parks and Other Places to Visit From Your Book Shelf

Enthusiasm for the National Parks does not have to wait! Thanks to a couple of new books from Gibbs Smith,…

August 16, 2020

Snap Happy With the MyFirst Camera Insta2

The continuing adventures of photography with small children, to snap away, or not snap away, that is the question. GeekMom…

August 12, 2020

A Pin Trading Novice Meets her Muse

When you have been avoiding pin trading badly for years, what do you do when passions collide? Dive straight in…

August 10, 2020

GeekMom Review: ‘Jungle Cruise: A Voyage of Mystery and Misfortune’

If you have ever wanted to visit the backside of Schweitzer Falls, named for the backside of the famous explorer,…

August 3, 2020