Video Librarian reviews “Children of Military Families”

Video Librarian writes a wonderful review of the film “Children of Military Families” in their July-August 2014 issue: Currently, there are more than two million children of military families in the United States. In this documentary, 11 kids talk about what it’s like when a parent is away on active duty. The interviewees describe their feelings…

Tsuga Assisting Oregon Military Families

We a happy to share with you information from the organization that assisted with the recruitment for our film “Children of Military Families.” Tsuga (www.tsuga.org ) is an organization based in Oregon which identifies opportunities for youth development and community enhancement. Did you that Oregon is one of few states without a federal military instillation…

Children of Military Families Film Review

The following review of the film “Children of Military Families” was written by Chanity Creech from chanity.blogspot.com. I was recently contacted by Jenni O’Keefe from Professor Child about reviewing the company’s newest film release, Children of Military Families. I didn’t even hesitate to agree because this topic obviously has a special place in my heart. My husband was deployed to…

“Children and Grief” Announced as a 2014 Notable Video for Children

We were thrilled to be informed this week that Professor Child’s film “Children and Grief’ is a 2014 Notable Video for Children awarded through the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), a division of the American Library Association (ALA). This list includes the best children’s videos produced during 2013. We are one of 17…