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Today, our family ran down to the local school for the rummage sale. Proceeds are benefiting the 8th graders and their 2011 class trip. Once there, we found some clothing items, play dough toys and…books. My husband told me to look around while he took the kids to the swing-set. An hour later I was […]Continue reading
20 Tips for Children’s Book Week (May 10th-16th, 2010) (Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss, May 14, 2010) 1. “Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.” – Emilie Buchwald 2. National Center for Education Statistics (What kids are read to, told stories or sung to?) 2009 data 3. “There are many little ways to […]Continue reading
*This giveaway is now CLOSED. Comment #13 was selected from random.org (Donna). Congrats! *Comment below to enter for a free 3 month/3 book trial. One winner will be selected from random.org after May 17th. The books will be shipped to your doorstep (one at a time), postage paid. You will pop them back into the […]Continue reading
Read below to learn about a new book coming to market. Thanks to Sue Adair (Director of Education and Quality Assurance: Goddard Systems, Inc.) for providing this information. Sue, tell us about your book partnership with National Geographic! Goddard Systems has partnered with National Geographic Society and Susan Magsamen, who is the author of the […]Continue reading
*Comment below to enter for your own copy of Wit’s End! One winner will drawn at random.org. Giveaway ends November 5th. This giveaway is now CLOSED. Whitney was selected as the winner (at random.org). Thanks to everyone who entered. Well, well. As most of you know I mention Sue Scheff quite often, re-tweet her on […]Continue reading
Mommy Perks is thrilled to be featuring one of our own bloggers today, giving away her book: Taming Your Toddler (& Yourself). This giveaway is now CLOSED. Comment #6 was selected as the winner at random.org. Congrats! Pam Reed has been blogging for Mommy Perks for a few months now, on the “Tea Time with […]Continue reading