EW has the exclusive first look at Jonathan Graziano's debut, 'Noodle and the No Bones Day,' available in June.
From Mickey Mouse and Pokémon to Harry Potter and Willy Wonka, EW's Parental Guidance has the most entertaining board games for your family to enjoy this holiday season.
The actor-rapper gives EW an exclusive look at his new children's series, and explains which 'Fast & Furious' elements he brought to it.
Plus, read an exclusive excerpt from this third entry in his bestselling series.
In Tomatoes for Neela, Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi teaches kids about the legacy we leave them, inside the kitchen and out.
"When I started, I played characters that weren’t fully developed, and I found myself hoping that I would I get a chance to be a lead."
Check out the cover and first chapter of Troublemaker, Cho's forthcoming middle-grade book.
The actor talks to EW about his new Netflix movie and putting more Asian animated characters into the world.
The actress and her NBA legend husband talk about their children's book, Shady Baby (inspired by their own Shady Baby), and parenting the next generation of trans royalty.
On National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day, celebs like Emma Stone, Gabourey Sidibe, and Tan France talk about anxiety and depression in an effort to destigmatize mental health.
The Righteous Gemstone shines as a luddite dad trying to save the world and his family in Lord & Miller's upcoming Netflix family film (April 30).
Garner's new Netflix comedy is about what happens when two parents let their children make the rules for 24 hours.
The Disney+ movie is based on Kate DiCamillo's Newbery Medal-winning book.
On the 11th anniversary of the legendary sitcom's premiere, find out which famous actor not named Ty Burrell came up with the biggest laugh of the episode.
Paul Sun-Hyung Lee and Jean Yoon share with EW the episodes to watch before starting season 4 of the family comedy on Netflix.
If you can't social-distance from your kids without a tablet or computer, here are some sites and videos that are a little better for children's brains.