Our kids are the future professionals, they are also the leaders of ‘tomorrow’. Given that so much sides on our children’s matriculation it’s only best that you get them in the best schools possible so that they can excel later. However, what happens if the school that you send your child to challenges your authority as a parent and shows no signs of letting up? Here’s an article that I wrote for anyone else who is experiencing the same thing.…Continue
Added by Nataliya Stefanus on February 12, 2017 at 7:30am — No Comments
Children around the world are not experienced human beings about the world. They do not know how to live, how to behave and how to be in this world. Children get to know about the society through their lessons and guidance of their parents and teachers. Parents who like to teach their children about the moral virtues can buy any of the Children’s Virtues book. Through such books parents can teach their child about the importance of…Continue
Added by Julia Gomes on February 18, 2015 at 3:29am — No Comments
Stop by Kristi's Book Nook for a look at a great kids book Ordinary Oscar.
Added by Kristi Bernard on October 18, 2010 at 6:33pm — No Comments
You can promote this in schools, daycaresm churchs and retail stores
Plus you can also use it as a Thank you for your customers
It is totally free to join
It can be put on Tweeter, Facebook and so many more places.
So Please watch the video and if your interested in joining then Please
contact me at: email@example.com Storyboooks in the subhect line
Then I wil contact the owner to get you all set up as…Continue
Added by Glenda Cates on October 13, 2010 at 2:06pm — No Comments
Just in time for Halloween!
Three lucky winners will receive a copy
of our “sold out” Halloween title: Five Little Pumpkins.
The response to this new book has been so great that we don’t have a
single copy left in our warehouse, but a copy can be yours when you
enter our give-away. There are three easy ways to win:
Comment on our blog at…
Added by Kristi Bernard on October 7, 2010 at 1:17am — No Comments