We launch on Tuesday, October 15th with a line of shirts and pants with themes typically missing from the boys' department: unicorns, pink, cats, rainbow and more. Raglans, Henleys and joggers, oh my! We can't wait for you to meet them all in person! :)
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We'll be adding new and additional entry options along the way during the contest so be sure the check back.
The winner will be selected at random on October 14th and will be announced the same day. Please see Terms and Conditions below. No giveaway-only accounts.
The Boy Wonder site is mostly down until we launch but you can visit boy-wonder.com to learn a little more about us in the meantime.
by Eva St. Clair November 15, 2019
I love to watch and help my children create things, because it teaches them how to think logically. That’s why creative maker kits are such a great gift for kids. And I admit I feel a some schadenfreude every time my kids rip open a box thinking they’re about to get a fabulous new toy, only to discover 82 disparate pieces that they then have to figure out how to put together. It’s not just a gift for their amusement. It’s a gift for their mind. The picture on the box shows the completed project. They have the parts. And that’s where all the fun begins - they must use logic to figure out how those parts become the whole.
by Eva St. Clair November 15, 2019 13 Comments
by Eva St. Clair October 30, 2019
Since the day she was born, my daughter Laina has been a catalyst for awesome in my life. Like many parents, she’s brought out the best in me personally; however, she has also energized my professional work, as well.
She is the inspiration behind the children’s science book series I launched this summer known as Science With Scarlett, which invites readers to follow Scarlett—a precocious young scientist—and her charming teddy bear assistant, Mr. Bear, who do experiments with the reader. Science With Scarlett is written in clever rhymes and rollicking verse, teaching actual science, and striving to get young thinkers wondering and young wonderers thinking.