We’re so excited to appear on Picture Books Blogger today — she features so many of our very favorite books!
In her review of Me: A Compendium, she writes, "This is a beautifully produced, highly interactive journal that captures each child’s individuality to perfection!”
(The above image is her 8-year-old’s brilliant take on the cover.) Read the full review here.
We’re super-excited to be featured in the second issue our new favorite magazine, Lunch Lady. Based in Australia, it’s a colorful, funny, beautiful quarterly publication about food and family — edited by the brilliant Kate Berry. In the U.S., you can pick up copies at Anthropologie, or order from Lunch Lady’s website.
Reprinted with permission from Lunch Lady.
What do you call a poster series that makes you giggle?
Our Wee Hee Hee posters, featuring our favorite kids’ jokes, were recognized by the Type Directors Club, honoring design firm Office for excellence in communications design.
We're super excited to be featured in the design blog Print & Pattern. Check it out!
Cool Mom Picks compiled a guide of the coolest supplies to make back to school more fun, featuring Wee Society’s Science Set Tattlys. Check out our temporary tattoos and the rest of their picks for the best school year ever right here.
We’re big fans of the talented team over at OKIDO, so when they asked us to partner on content for their super-awesome magazine for kids, we jumped up and down.
Issue #36, focused on Friends, just hit news stands, and it features one of our favorite Wee Hee Hees. Watch upcoming issues of OKIDO for more.
The Wee Hee Hee poster series was honored for design excellence by Communication Arts, a juried competition that recognizes the world's best visual communications. In addition to a shiny new trophy, the Wee Hee Hee posters (which are now available exclusively at art.com) earned an appearance in the September/October 2015 Communication Arts Design Annual.
Congrats to our design partner Office.
On Mother’s Day, USA TODAY featured 5 apps that can support moms (and dads) as they help their kids navigate common childhood fears.
"Talking to your children about their emotional and social responses is very important; but sometimes parents need a springboard to get that conversation started," wrote tech columnist Jinny Gudmundsen. "Mobile apps can help."
Gudmundsen gave Wee You-Things four stars (out of four), writing: "Wee You-Things is a great way to start a conversation about why each person (including the reader) is special; and why it is important to respect those who are different from you."
Find out more about Wee You-Things, and download the app here.