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Can you ever read too many newsletters about children's books? No! The limit does not exist! Alexis regularly curates an eclectic -- and excellent -- handful of books to help you find the ones worth reading together.
I love this newsletter for its sneak peek into the mind of a thoughtful children's author and poet. I recommend it for anyone who loves art, poetry, children's books, and the sweet spot where all those lovely things overlap.
I always open Meera's emails, because I know whatever's inside is going to be beautiful, thoughtful, and real. She's a true artist, sharing her life and her process, and Dear Somebody is an uncommonly lovely newsletter.
A jam-packed, super-powered resource for family activities, menu planning, personal growth challenges, acts of thoughtfulness, book clubs, and more. (Like Pinterest for your inbox, only thoughtful and useful.)
This is *the* newsletter for any parent looking to lean into (or start fresh and learn more about) nonviolent communication. Sarah's total lack of judgment is refreshing and immensely helpful as she helps you reframe.
The absolute best place on the internet for how to navigate diet culture and fatphobia (especially through parenting) and unlearn a lifetime of garbage through in-depth, thoughtful essays and interviews + a welcoming, participatory community.