Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids-There Are No Small Holidays By Kaeti Spanbauer

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! The day to show the people you care about that you love them. For some, it’s a day to make a spouse or significant other feel extra special, and, for others, it’s a day for loving on your family. Growing up, my sister thought if you had to attend school on a holiday that it was not a […]

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Share the LOVE – A Valentine’s Day Blog by Kim Bushman Aguilar

I love Valentine’s Day! Even when I was little, I loved picking out which Valentine’s Day cards I wanted to give to my classmates, and I took such care in writing their names as prettily as I possibly could so each friend would know how much I cared about them. I’d delight in decorating my own valentine’s shoebox with paper doilies. Oh my! All the

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Top 10 New Year Books Inspiring Joy, Happiness, Encouragement and Hope by Shawna Della Cerra

The start of each new year is a time to reflect on the year just past and make plans for the future. It holds a special magic, with a promise of new opportunities and the possibility to change our lives for the better. Lawley Publishing presents The Top 10 New Year Books with special messages that will fill your year with joy, happiness, encouragement, and

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Why I Create Digital Art

My Journey from being a kid with crayons to producing illustrations for children’s books! by Ryan Law Can you think of the first artistic thing you did? Or your kids even? You were probably given a piece of paper or a coloring book and a box of crayons, right? Well, . . . that’s how my art journey started: with a box of crayons. On

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Celebrating Autumn with Little Ones

By Elle Steward, author and illustrator of The Autumn Woodland Tea Party Crisp air swirls through the forest, little creatures prepare for winter, and leaves float on the wind like stray pieces of a stained-glass masterpiece. Autumn is a magical season that tantalizes all the senses with beauty and wonder. Let’s explore some fun ways to savor this season with little ones by our side!

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Reading Builds Confidence By Stephanie Morris

Reading is wonderful! You can escape to new worlds or learn a new skill, but the benefits of reading go far beyond simple enjoyment and education. Reading can influence our very character. Reading promotes a sense of confidence, broadens perspective, and empowers each individual reader. A study done several years ago by Dr. Josie Billington at the University of Liverpool states that those who regularly

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Teaching a Foreign Language Through Story By Lori Ries

My youngest daughter, Jennifer, was five years old when she invented her own country. Her country was named New Zeenland. Jennifer, and a friend the same age, developed a language for their country called “Zeenish.” The language was what they spoke together. New Zeenland seemed a paradise in our home, except at dinner time when chicken was served. Chicken was New Zeenland’s national bird. The

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