Happy father’s day! For this special day I thought I would share the first chapter of a book I started working on about fatherhood. I started it a year ago … Continue Reading You’re Going to Have to Wipe Someone’s Butt (Happy Father’s Day)
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The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance- it is the illusion of knowledge. – Daniel J. Boorstin Why do researchers give placebos? Why do they have control conditions and … Continue Reading You’ve heard of Confirmation Bias, but what is it really? A shrink explains.
“I am a sucker for a good zombie book. I also remember teaching all the different genres when I was a teacher. October was the “Spooky” genre month, but I found many students reading them all year long. If you have a child that enjoys the “Spooky” or horror fiction genre, I think I’ve found the right author for you.”
Beyond belief book 2 is live on Amazon and has already reached the top spot in multiple categories. As you know if you follow this blog, I am a child … Continue Reading Book 2 is Launched!
Great news! If you want to get the kindle version of Beyond Belief: The Adventure of Zombie Island you can now pre-order your copy. Get your copy here and start … Continue Reading Beyond Belief 2 is now available for preorder
If you are a parent who loves science, skepticism, and critical thinking, then you’ve probably heard of the Annabelle and Aiden series by J. R. Becker. If you haven’t, then … Continue Reading A Beautiful Book Series for Little Thinkers
As far as I can tell, our soon-to-be first lady (first lady elect?) Jill Biden is an amazing person. She has two master’s degrees and a doctorate. And she got … Continue Reading On Being the Wrong Kind of Doctor
Some parents with a strong streak of skepticism and a chronic case of critical thinking can feel a little hypocritical this time of year. When we skeptical parents tell our … Continue Reading Santa for Skeptics?
We’ve all been there. You’ve given a direction to your kid. Put the tablet away. Put on your shoes. Help with the dishes. Time for bed. Get your backpack… But … Continue Reading Five Tips to Get Kids to Listen