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The Weebeasts: an interview with author Micah Linton by Frank Mundo
Review of The Weebeasts and interview with author Micah Linton...
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The Wishing Book by Grahame Howard
Why I wrote the Wishing Book series...
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There's a Season for All" by Sammy Shu: Book Review by Irene Watson
As anyone with a brother or sister knows, getting along with siblings can be extremely difficult at times, but when it happens, it's a very rewarding ...
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They Give Us Laughter by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
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Things We Are Not Suppose To Say. by Janet Atwell
Have you ever wondered if you were teaching your children the right thing when you told them about the things they were not suppose to say? Read this...
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Think of Your Children's Health by Glenda Bixler
This fun book allows you to help children learn about weight management as a health issue, important to them and to their parents...
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Thinking in Images (About my Child) by Jill Parker
Being the parent of a child diagnosed with autism has taught me a great deal, and I am always looking for opportunities to spread awareness of this co...
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THIS IS ME FROM NOW ON -- Barbara Dee by SARA QUEST
(Now here's a realistically-funny, tween-age book.)...
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Three generations of artists come together to educate the next generation. by Kathleen Shields
Three generations; women from the 40’s, 60’s and late 70’s are able to pull their talents to create these amazing books, and work with each other thr...
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Through the Eyes of a Child by Nellie Feng
find out what a child can do...
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Through The Looking Glass review of A Very Fuddles Christmas by Frans Vischer
Through The Looking Glass reviews A Very Fuddles Christmas...
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Through the Rug by Jill Vanderwood: Book Review by Irene Watson
In a purposeful departure from the stereotypical cookie-baking grandmother of children's books, Jill Ammon Vanderwood introduces Grandma Emma -- conco...
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Tidbits From My Old Notebooks #6 by Guy Hogan
Flash Fiction / Blogging / Pittsburgh...
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Tips for Teachers - Help Stop Bullying by Patricia Gatto
Tips for On-the-Spot Bully Intervention at School...
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To Reward or Not to Reward by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Should we reward in Childrens Church or Not? My personal opinions on this matter.......
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Tracking Kids With Technology by Kelly Eveleth
What do you need to help keep track of your kids? Consider these three resources....
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Trees That Save Lives by VicToria Freudiger
Just a little ditty that I wrote while riding the train at Six Flags, hope you feel like you were right there with us. Better yet, why not take a real...
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Trent the Racing Turtle by Bill Franklin: Book Review by Irene Watson
In Bill Franklin's latest story, "Trent the Racing Turtle," Trent and his friends stumble upon a statue buried deep in the caves. They discover a thr...
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Turn Personal Struggles into Books for Children by Laura Backes
Suppose you've just gone through a divorce and lost custody of your kids. Or a loved one has recently died of cancer. Or you struggled in school as a ...
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Two Cute Kids (Maybe I am a Little Predjudice LOL) by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Spent time with my cousin Lisas kids yesterday, they are cute arent they?...
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Under The Rainbow by Katherine Reynolds
A review for 'Under The Rainbow' - contains Spoilers! ...
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Under The Wishing Well. by Hank LeGrand
UNDER THE WISHING WELL is the story about a house cat taking her first step outside on her own....
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UP IN LIGHTS - Brooks Robinson and Tim Kurkjian Endorse RALLY CAPS by Stephen Cutler
This article appears on the publishers website, Publish America. ...
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UP IN LIGHTS - Cal Ripken, Jr. Endorses RALLY CAPS by Stephen Cutler
UP IN LIGHTS Publish America ISBN 1-4241-7381-7 April, 2007...
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Victory Junction Gang by Sandra Hartsell
Victory Junction is a camp for sick children. They have Doctors and Nurses on site at all times. Adam Petty started the camp before his death. Patty a...
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Vinny the Bug Man:The Journey Begins by Chet Spiewak: Book Review by Irene Watson
Imagine spending your entire life as an insect exterminator, only to one day unexpectedly find yourself shrunk down to bug-size. Children of all ages ...
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Wally the Walking Fish Meets Madison and Cooper by Gary Lamit: Book Review by Irene Watson
A young pig-tailed girl named Madison, a grumbling and very hungry yellow Labrador retriever named Cooper, and a walking fish called Wally, all prowl ...
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Weather Cats and Preschool Spiders by Eric Pinder
Preschoolers say the funniest things....
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Weebeasts Review by Micah Linton
Weebeasts Book Review...
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What Am I? by Richelle Putnam
I am a queen. I have over 5,000,000 subjects. I live in West Africa. What am I?...
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What Do You Use to Help Your Body? by Jewel Kats: Book Review by Irene Watson
Who are the people with disabilities in your neighborhood? In What Do You Use to Help Your Body?, by author Jewel Kats, a girl whose name is Maggie an...
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What if I Was Bigger than a Bully by Cat Blount
Featured on Bullying Stories...
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What is Weather? by Lori Calabrese
Have you ever thought about what weather is and where it comes from?...
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What it is like to be a new grand parent... by Stephen Emrick
My new grand baby. What a JOY!...
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What Kind of Dog Am I? by Seann Vinyasa-Billson
The book is about Posha The Rescued Dog. Posha ...
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What Makes a Good Toy? by Stevanne Auerbach
Play is the Work of Children and Toys are the Tools© Play is very important and should be recognized as the "work of children" Children play ...
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What Parents are Saying by Jennifer Bouani
Check out this video of parents talking about their kids, who read Tyler and His Solve-a-matic Machine, becoming entrepreneurs. ...
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What's Wrong with Harry Potter? by Laraine Barker
Laraine Anne Barker shares her views on Harry Potter (they're mostly good, honestly!) and invites you to air yours by signing her guest book....
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When Is The Best Time For Your Child To Start Yoga? by Stacey Chillemi
How Yoga Can Improve Your Childs Life...
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Who Rang the Church Bell? by Edward Hujsak: Book Review by Irene Watson
"Who Rang the Church Bell?' by author Edward Hujsak is a children's story about three little church mice (Alvin, Peter and Henry). Accustomed to dinin...
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Why Children Don't See Color . . . Unless We Allow Them To by D. Isley
This article is in my book, Through The Eyes of A Foster Child: A Poetic Journey. I honestly believe that children do not see individuals as different...
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Why I Chose to Write Middle Grade Fiction by Cheryl Carpinello
I share the reasons that I decided to write for ages 8-12, and why I chose the Middle Ages and Arthurian theme for my books....
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WHY I WRITE FOR CHILDREN by Nicole Weaver
I believe every child should be treated with the utmost care and love. No child should ever, ever be subjected to abuse. In my book "Marie and Her F...
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Why I wrote A Martian's Dream of Christmas by Ken Chartrand
Although I like writing novels with action and or suspense in it; I seem to always let the Romantic side of me come out....
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Why The Children , Lord ??? by Nellie Feng
In anguish, I cried this out to the Lord......
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Will David Settle for the Finest Name Ever? by Sheila Craan
A group of students speak of careers, a cardiologist, a paleontologist, racing in the Kentucky Derby, and Aerospace. Daniel Raised His Hand, and Miss ...
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Wisdom (revised) by Marguerite Lemoine
God reveals things to us at different times and different ways. Sometimes in meditation and sometimes early in the morning when the mind and body are ...
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Wishes Do Come True by Winona Rasheed
This article is written around the children's story, "Wishes Granted," a fairytale storybook.We grew up with Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty; now, we h...
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Writing for Children's Magazines by Mary Nickum
Writing for children's magazines might be a good place to begin writing for children....
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Writing: From Concept To Publication by Mary Cunningham
The dream takes place in a mysterious attic. At times the attic is exciting and mysterious, but many times it is dark and foreboding. ...
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