Help the parents deal with the decision of buying a book and also with questions that the child might ask or that the parents might want to raise as the child is reading through the book.
Publish a short guide for parents about the book. They can peruse it in the store to help them decide on buying the book and take it home for free with the book they bought to help them as their child reads it.
If you can’t get to the exhibition but still would like to see it (and another income stream for the museum.)
A virtual guided tour of the museum, where you progress from room to room, zoom in on the exhibited pieces and get an audio presentation if you want one.
Your kids are begging you for a pet. It would be good to know in advance what it takes to have one.
A guide that shows you – separately for each animal – what it takes to have one at home. Details such as eating habits, smells, typical life span, amount, and detail of care needed, what can you do if it’s not a good fit for your family after all, what to do when going on a trip, etc.
Let the kids help parents and other children find out what’s suitable for them.
Let the kids tell us what movies are suitable for which age groups. Let the older kids rate movies up to their age group so that parents and younger kids can better decide what they can watch.
Although there are some sources of information for parents on a movie’s suitability for a certain aged child, these are quite dry and sometimes it’s hard to decide without watching the film.
A website where each movie is graded by parents who saw it. Each such review should be as contextual as possible, giving the reader the points pro and contra, the personal experience and age group suitability based on their child. This way the reader will have a better filter to apply it to their own child’s age and personality.