The Last Day of Kindergarten
BY: Nancy Loewen
ILLUSTRATED BY: Sachiko Yoshikawa
PUBLISHED BY: Marshall Cavendish Children
PUBLISHED IN: 2011
Reviewed by Billy Burgess
Today is the last day of Mrs. Popinski’s kindergarten class through the eyes of a little girl. She reflects back on the first day of school when she hung up her bookpack for the very first time. She remembered playing with the other students during…
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Aleja Bennett was adopted in the early seventies after being abandoned and left in an apartment alone with her older siblings. The Author was only six months old and suffered with pnuemonia shortly after that.
Aleja Bennett was adopted at the age of two years by a woman who was barren. The couple abused, starved, tortured, rejected and…Continue
I am thrilled to tell you that my memoir, “Digging Deep: A Writer Uncovers His Marriages,” has been in the top 1-3% in sales on Amazon most of the time since it was released three weeks ago.
Here is what Best-selling author, poet and
teacher, Jervey Tervalon said about
“This memoir is written with brutal
honesty about the process
of coming to understand…Continue
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Please read this article.Bringing The Yucatan to Life
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Head over to my blog at http://dragonflyy419.wordpress.com/ to read a review of and enter a giveaway for a mystery thriller novel. Click on the picture or the following link:…Continue
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Updates concerning http://www.rainyofthedark.com
Using this Twitter tool to make your life easier.
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In his masterpiece, Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee William's character Blanche says she's always relied on the kindness of strangers. I've alway relied on the kindness of friends.
All my life I've been blessed in this way. What I've lacked in beauty, talent and monetary wealth has been overshadowed by the quality of my friendships; indeed the quality of the people I've met along this path of life . These friends dwell all over the world and thanks to Facebook I've found…Continue
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Robert Venditti was nice enough to come onto the G-ZONE, my blogtalk radio show, on Weds. June 1st. Here is the link:
Now that that is out of the way, why is it I feel the need to apologize? If you listen in on the broadcast you will find out why, but to give you the long and short…Continue
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This week my life is completely different than it was last week. It’s amazing how school free summers are often far busier than the school year, and I’m only beginning to get a taste of this as my eldest is the only one in school right now. Summer for us this year is filled with swimming lessons, summer reading programs at the library, family obligations and community activities, and while when I was young summer seemed like a vacation, now it feels quite the opposite. Last month, I…Continue
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How's your weather out there? Today in Montana we have dreary over cast skies, a nip in the air with very cool temperatures. Last night it became down right cold with crazy high winds which ripped down three of my treasured wind chimes. Although the old man (Kurt) insisted on lighting the furnace I slept with the ceiling fan on! We're a crazy bunch out here!
This morning I listened to Governor Schweitzer on the news discussing our heavy snow pack…Continue
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Terror on Telderan by Larry Johnson has just been added to Free eBooks.com
SYNOPSIS: In 1990, after breaking away from the Planetary Alliance, the planet Otar finds itself on the brink of ruin. In a desperate move their ruthless leader Rotart makes a foolish attempt to Terra-form the planet Telderan so that he may claim it and relocate the Otarian race.
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Vampire freaks do I have one for you right here! Have you read any of Werner Lind’s work yet? No, well I am now trying to highlight the man’s hard work. He is also the author of “The Gift” a digital short story that I think you will also enjoy. That too has a vampire element to it. To say that I enjoy the author’s style and substance is an understatement. Here is the synopsis of “Lifeblood “ :
“All Ana Vasilifata ever wanted was a simple…Continue
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CELEBRATE ALL THAT IS AMERICAN.....
with The Amazing People Club®
Father’s Day/Founding Fathers
4th July/Independence Day…Continue
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