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Christmas, Here I Come by D.J. Steinberg Signed Copy Giveaway

Christmas, Here I Come by D.J. Steinberg Signed Copy Giveaway

Celebrate Christmas with a collection of funny and festive poems from the author of the hugely popular Kindergarten, Here I Come! There’s better to celebrate Christmas Eve than with a SIGNED copy of the newest installment in the bestselling Here I Come series: Christmas, Here I Come by D.J. Steinberg! My sweater’s just ridiculouswith pictures of Saint Nicholas.The right sleeve sports […]

Timely Children's Books To Validate Anger, Highlight Climate Change and More

Prestel Junior Children’s Books To Validate Anger, Highlight Climate Change and More Giveaway

As the family gathers around the holidays, conversations concerning what the outside world has become and our feelings always arise. As my children age, they become more vocal about issues that concern the health of our aging planet. We are excited to share a series of timely children’s books that validate anger as an agent […]

Two New Picture Books from Authors with Down Syndrome Make Heartwarming Holiday Gifts Giveaway

Born to Sparkle & The Book of Hugs Make Heartwarming Holiday Gifts Giveaway

Two new picture books from authors with down syndrome make heartwarming holiday gifts! From Flower Pot Press: Born to Sparkle: A Story About Achieving Your Dreams by Megan Bomgaars and illustrated by Peter John Olczyk  and The Book of Hugs by Tim Harris and illustrated by Charlie Astrella. Born to Sparkle by Megan Bomgaars Uplifting, encouraging, and quite lovely. […]

A Lyrical Memoir of Coping with Forgetfulness, Confusion, and a Dreaded Diagnosis

Like Falling Through a Cloud: A Lyrical Memoir of Coping with Forgetfulness, Confusion, and a Dreaded Diagnosis

Excerpts from Like Falling Through a Cloud: A Lyrical Memoir of Coping with Forgetfulness, Confusion, and a Dreaded Diagnosis by Eugenia Zukerman CBS Sunday Morning’s classical music correspondent and world renowned flutist opens up about her diagnosis with Alzheimer’s A few years ago my daughters told me they were worried about my forgetfulness, my loss […]