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Miss Zee: A Coloring Book for Girls of Color

If you are looking for a coloring book for your little girl of color then you definitely want to check out Miss Zee, or at least support the production of the Miss Zee coloring book. As an artist and mother, Gloria Smith could not find toys and coloring books with images that looked like her… Continue reading Miss Zee: A Coloring Book for Girls of Color

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Free Herb eBook for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Moms

When I was pregnant I read as much about natural remedies as I could. I was a little rabid about it actually. When my daughters were babies I kept them away from all pharmaceutical baby medicines and instead used natural remedies when they were sick like rubbing garlic oil on the bottom of the feet,… Continue reading Free Herb eBook for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Moms

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Book and Tech Wednesday: Raindrops and the New Microsoft Phone

Raindrops: A Shower of Colors by Chieu Anh Urban My rating: 5 of 5 stars Spring is just around the corner and for young ones who are just beginning to learn their colors, Raindrops: A Shower of Colors is an excellent board book to teach them about animals and the various hues of the rainbow.… Continue reading Book and Tech Wednesday: Raindrops and the New Microsoft Phone

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Free TableTop from STOKKE, Farofa Nation and College Students and Social Networking

If you are in the hunt for a new highchair I cannot recommend the Tripp Trapp from STOKKE* enough. Not only does it come in twelve wonderful colors, it also adjusts as your child grows. Essentially you will never have to throw your Tripp Trapp away. It grows with your child and holds up to… Continue reading Free TableTop from STOKKE, Farofa Nation and College Students and Social Networking

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Harriet Tubman: Secret Agent and the TwitterPeek

I had no idea that National Geographic publishes so many books with African-American themes. I was thrilled to received several books to review and will be posting my reviews now through the beginning of the year.  Today I am posting my review of Harriet Tubman: Secret Agent, Also look for thorough reviews of 500 Miles… Continue reading Harriet Tubman: Secret Agent and the TwitterPeek

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Healthy Holiday and the Original Facial Cleanser

The American Heart Association and the William J. Clinton Foundation have joined forces to eradicate childhood obesity through their joint initiative, the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. They have come up with tips to increase physical fitness this holiday season. Walk It Off – Schedule at least one night a week to eat dinner as… Continue reading Healthy Holiday and the Original Facial Cleanser

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1 in 100 Children Have Autism Spectrum Disorder

One percent of all US children now have autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This new data was released on Friday from the Centers for Disease Control. There is still no concrete data explaining the rise in numbers, but the CDC wants parents to be as proactive in diagnosis as possible. Studies also show that black children… Continue reading 1 in 100 Children Have Autism Spectrum Disorder