Joshua David Stein
Joshua David Stein is a Brooklyn-based author and journalist. He was Fatherly's Editor-at-Large, a restaurant critic for The New York Observer and has been a food columnist for The Village Voice. He is also the author of many children's books, including 'Brick: Who Found Herself in Architecture'; 'What's Cooking?'; 'Can I Eat That?'; 'The Ball Book'; and 'Cooking for Your Kids'.
The Greatest Picture Books Of All Time, According To Parents, Authors And Illustrators
Bedtime reading just got better.
Tough Guy Actor (And Actual Tough Guy) Frank Grillo Is a Big Ol’ Softie At Home
The star of "Kingdom," "The Purge" and, most recently, Netflix's "Wheelman" takes the Fatherly Questionnaire.
The Fatherly Questionnaire: Gay Talese
"The only thing that’s special about dinners is that they are preceded by dry gin martinis."
Sorry Kid, Adults Took Superheroes and They’re Not Giving Them Back
Child-appropriate heroes are in the minority. They are an afterthought. They represent both a fraction of the revenue and a fraction of the attention.
Inside Archie McPhee, Seattle’s Weird Kid Paradise
Archie McPhee sells funny trinkets. That doesn't mean it isn't important.
Brio’s New Smart Train Set Is a Brilliant Evolution of a Classic Toy
It's the ideal combination of technology and nostalgia.
What it Meant to Run Away to the Circus
"The circus meant freedom. It meant a way to get out. It meant a way to escape."
‘Star Wars: Jedi Challenges’ Turns You (and Your Kids) Into Padawans
The augmented reality 'Star Wars' game lets players train with lightsabers and their minds. It's great fun.
Disney’s ‘Christopher Robin’ Tells a Winnie-the-Pooh Story That Doesn’t Work
It's all about wage equality which is ironic if you know anything about Disney.
The Best Men’s Combs, According to a Master Barber
A good comb helps your hair look fuller and healthier, two things that men of a certain age might appreciate. And not all are created equal
It’s Sibling Parenting Style Comparison Season!
For distant families, the holidays are a great time to compare and contrast parenting styles
These Are the Best Men’s Shorts I’ve Ever Worn
They feel like pants that got cut short; not underwear that got arrogant.
F@#k ‘Buddy.’ Find a Better Nickname for Your Son.
Don't use the same name on your kid you use on strangers who offend you.
How to Get Your Kid Started in Martial Arts
It all begins with basic strength training.
StockX Founder Josh Luber Has Cool Dad Vibes for Days
Luber is turning sneaker collectors into next-gen stock traders. And he's just getting started.
How Ace Hood Went From Rapping About Cars to Rapping About Fatherhood
Ace Hood got famous rapping about his car and real after the birth of his girls.
Why ‘Bringing Up Bebe’ Couldn’t Make Americans Behave Like the French
Pamela Druckerman pissed off and pleased thousands of parents with her book. Six years later, is it time to stop bébéing?
The Best Creamy Peanut Butters Parents Can Find at the Supermarket
The fight for the ooiest, gooiest, tastiest, spreadable, breadable food stuff
Peter Shapiro’s Rock and Roll Playhouse is Ensuring Live Music’s Future
Music impresario Peter Shapiro is teaching kids to be concertgoers one unlikely show at a time.
John Legend is a Father of the Year Honoree
Fatherly honors the musician for modeling engaged fatherhood and helping teachers innovate.