Parents and child don’t always agree on what’s best. Quite often the child can’t even dream of the pressure that can be found in adult life until they meet up with it face-to-face when their [More]
Nothing says it better Than what you hear from your own competition. If they are copying you and you need to go faster. They are ignoring you, then you need find out where they are headed. About [More]
Jane Finch is working on a new book, Do You Believe in Miracles? Jane is an accomplished author with books for adults as well as books for our youth. Several of them have won  awards for [More]
I am in the process of writing a book titled how to get ready for summer camp. So I thought it would be wise to review summer camps of today. I’m not sure this is [More]
Down’s Syndrome children can be beautiful. There is help. There is hope for parents that may be feeling bushwhacked by the arrival of a child with Down’s Syndrome. I was so proud of my granddaughter when she learned her [More]
Tales bordering on insanity. It is no secret I admire Trey Gowdy. The secret is WHY I feel sorry for him. “Trey Gowdy had to pay his employees personally during Christmas because the IRS flubbed up” [More]
Hold your ear drums on this one, or turn your speakers down until you’re safely matched. Mary is working on this problem. Stories That Sing give children wings, offering them adventures that take them soaring with [More]
Mary Moodey MarMooWorks Books The Three R’s of MarMooWorks By Mary Moodey Founder/Creative Director at MarMooWorks, LLC Ahh, the holidays — a head scratch-er, if there ever was one. A conundrum: in one stocking, commercialized gifts; [More]
People with disabilities, particularly children, have long struggled for inclusion and equality. The Special Olympics has found that kids with disabilities are bullied fifty percent more than any other group. Rossi believes that more books [More]
Parents know that knowledge is power, and reading is the key to this power. However, many parents struggle to find ways to make their kids be avid readers. Children are more likely to read if [More]