Here are some links we’ve liked reading around the web this week. Hope you like them too.

Hot off the big intro of their new Wonder Woman action figure, kudos to the Dads who Play Barbie campaign…but wow. Who knew that it would be so groundbreaking to see dads playing with their daughters?

On the latest episode of Spawned, Dr. Harvey Karp saves the day with answers to parents’ top questions about sleep!

A mom arrested for homeschooling her kids? Doubleyou. Tee. Eff. 

Should you stop charging your phone with public ports? Yikes!

GoFundMe is launching 500 campaigns to send athletes to the 2017 Special Olympics.

Whoa: A fantastic freebie for parents of STEM loving kids.

Julie Andrews has a new Netflix series for kids coming out, yes!

What one museum looked like when all the artwork created by immigrants was removed.

Mmm…boozy coffee drink recipes.

Don’t miss the weekly meal plan posts on Cool Mom Eats, featuring five recipe ideas each week that your family will devour.

Fascinating perspective about Adele’s comments about Beyoncé at the Grammys on NPR, from Denene Miller of My Brown Baby

Frog & Toad revelations from Arnold Lobel

Major revelations about the childhood favorite series, Frog & Toad. (Image via Arnold Lobel estate)

More dad love: The most charming video you’ll see today.

Drew Barrymore’s daughter throws a tantrum at Disney World and yes, celeb parents are just like us.

The hashtag on Twitter that has parents laughing (and tweeting).

How female heroines in movies + pop culture are getting a new life.

McSweeney’s takes on Manhattan kindergarten applications. Hilarious!

The Vincent Van Gogh action figure that’s blowing up Kickstarter.

Great lessons for parents of reluctant readers.

#OneBookNY is SO cool! Vote for the book that all NYers should be reading right now and get it to trend.

Reflections on Harvey Lichtenstein (RIP) from artists like Bill T. Jones, Phillip Glass, Laurie Anderson.

Love this collection of Picasso’s constellation drawings. Maybe they’ll inspire your kids to make their own.

Congrats to Ilana Wiles of Mommy Shorts on her adorable new video series.

We’re going to go ahead and say no, these are not the most flattering pants ever.