The March For Education Justice and Why It Matters To You

By Chase Manar-Spears This past Saturday, Traveling Stories endorsed the Alliance for Quality Education's successful march for education justice! The Alliance for Quality Education was founded by parents of New York to call for quality education for their community. The march was a stand against President Trump and [...]

Tips to Motivate Reluctant Readers

Sometimes it takes a little motivation for young minds to realize just how fun reading can be! Traveling Stories has selected what we think are three great tips to help motivate even the most reluctant of readers! 1. Let Children Pick Their Own Book When parents or teachers pick a [...]

Meet the New Members!

Traveling Stories would like to introduce all of our supporters to the newest members of our organization! We have been lucky enough to recently grow by two team members and several board members. Traveling Stories is so fortunate to have such an amazing team! New Team Members [...]

Alyssa’s Last Day

Dear Alyssa, Today is your last day at Traveling Stories. We dedicate this blog to your hard work, dedication, and the significant contributions you've made to Traveling Stories. Alyssa is smart, dedicated and passionate about inspiring a love for reading. Working with her since 2015 has been both a pleasure and an honor. [...]

March Madness! – Events you will not want to miss!

Traveling Stories has some incredibly exciting events taking place in March that you certainly will not want to miss! March 11th Mindfulness Workshop for Kids with Prince Daniels Jr. Join Traveling Stories on Sunday March 11th starting at 10am for a mindfulness and meditation workshop for kids taught! [...]

Refugees and Traveling Stories

“Refugee” is a word that as of recently is being tossed around quite frequently in the news. Based on the way this particular word is being used, it appears that there is some confusion on what exactly a refugee is. We would like to start this blog by clearing that [...]

Reading Tips to Aid Children with Dyslexia

Get more tips! Roughly 1 in 5 students has a learning difference. One such difference is dyslexia, a reading disability caused by a defect in the brain’s processing of graphic symbols. Dyslexia is a neurological medical diagnosis that is not just simply reversed. It can be difficult for children [...]

Visit to the Rudi Boa Library

Kristina and Patrick Mullis, two of the wonderful people who helped raise funds in order to open the TS Cambodia library, recently returned from visiting the library for the first time. They wanted to share their experience at the Rudi Boa library with all of you! Read about their incredible [...]

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Sometimes the Internet can be a wonderful rabbit hole of information. You never know what inspiring story you will stumble upon. Buzzfeed recently published this incredible article about 4-year-old Daliyah Arana, who at her young age has already read over 1,000 books! This impressive young lady, according to her [...]

Martin Luther King Jr.

This week we celebrated the great Martin Luther King Jr. During his lifetime, Martin Luther King Jr. fought for the many people he believed were being denied of their civil rights. King sought inspiration and guidance from both Christian values and the words of Mahatma Gandhi. From 1957 [...]

Meditation Workshop for Kids with Prince Daniels Jr.

Learn more about Prince by visiting his website: http://www.princedanielsjr.com/ Let us know if you plan to attend! RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/620002454853470/

Literary Classics Being Made Kid Friendly

There is a new generation of parents emerging, and joining them is the idea to raise children on the great literary classics. So long to The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Chicka Chicka Boom Boom. Helloooo On the Road and The Old Man and the Sea! KinderGuides, the company revolutionizing this [...]

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