Books for Spring Holidays

Three major holidays will be observed in communities around the world during April. An excellent way to explore a celebration you might not be familiar with is to read a children’s book together. These books can help introduce you to some of the traditions. Ramadan – For our Islamic friends, April 2-May 2 is the […]

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A Holiday with Books

When you think about books for the holidays, think beyond gifts (though books do make great gifts for every age). To get you started, here are five creative ways to incorporate books into your holiday celebration. Book Advent Calendar. Wrap 24 small books and open one each day to read with your child. This works great […]

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Top 5 Christmas Cheesecake Recipes!

The holidays are just around the corner, and you know what that means…desserts on desserts! And here at the Night Buddies Headquarters, we believe there is only ever one dessert worth having…CHEESECAKE! So I scoured the Internet looking for the best way to combine my favorite holiday with Crosley’s favorite dessert, and these are the […]

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Happy Holidays from the Night Buddies!

We over here at the Night Buddies Headquarters are absolutely crazy about the holiday season! Holiday treats, time with family, and of course, gift exchanges are some of the things we love the most. So we wanted to sit down with the stars of the series and ask what item is on the top of […]

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What are the Night Buddies Thankful For?

This holiday season we sat down with the characters of the Night Buddies series and figured out what they were thankful for this year. Here’s what they said: Crosley: I’m thankful that me an’ John get to go out on more and more Programs together an’ that we can make each other laugh. An’ I’m […]

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The Original Mad Hatter?

My son John, who doubles as narrator in the Night Buddies series, is the namesake of our colorful ancestor, John Hetherington, a haberdasher of the Strand in London. Old John is my four-times great-grandfather, and may well have been the prototype for Lewis Carroll’s Mad Hatter. Surely Mr. Carroll knew about him, because they still […]

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