In this time of self-isolating and Covid 19, we are all stressed and worried. Will I have a job? Will I stay healthy? We are also feeling lonely and depressed. Anita provides great ideas and strategies for dealing with the fear and anxiety most of us are feeling these in her new book, Behaving Bravely: How to Mindshift Life’s Challenges,strategies on managing life through mind shift perspectives. Her philosophy is that we can only achieve the things we believe we can. Her message is that it’s essential we approach any problem, situation, or challenge from the most positive angle and emphasize the need to go from mindbreak to mindshift…paradigm changing. These two activities describe the incredible power of transforming yourself from the inside out to improve your world. Little by little, day by day.
The Dinosaur In The Elevator by Howard Eisenberg a book of imagination. Twins Robbie and Abby turn their visit to the museum into a adventure by bringing back a T-Rex to life. As they wander down the Cretaceous Era with dinosaurs of every shape and size they begin their adventure. Encountering dinosaurs that are friendly and not so friendly.
Can you guess their names from the clue-filled poems they sing?
I’M ONE OF THE SMALLEST DINOSAURS
ALL THE BIG GUYS WANT TO SNATCH ME
BUT THAT WILL NOT BE EASY
‘CAUSE FIRST THEY’VE GOTTA CATCH ME.
In the Write-Your-Own Ending book, The Dinosaur in The Elevator allows the readers imagination into the story by being your own author. Each book contains blank pages near the end perfect for you to figure out how you’d get the main characters out of every desperate situation they’ve gotten into, of just enjoy the ending provided.
Emotions are high on all ends now and children in particular need help learning to process how they feel and in return, how they act. Parents and educators can help curb the combative culture in homes by showing children how to take back their power in order to “turn things around” when their thoughts bring them down. Feeling understood is security
Jennifer Keitt and her daughter, news reporter, Naomi Keitt, have teamed up to write #Strongkids— a new practical, fun, and colorful children’s book that can help children ages 3-6 learn the social and emotional skills involved in understanding their thoughts and feelings. They’ve also produced an accompanying #StrongKids Toolkit online, Understanding Your Child’s Personality.
BlissBomb’s signature mini donuts now come deconstructed giving kids (of all ages!) the chance to design the donuts of their dreams. The kits ship nationwide and include:
12 baked mini donuts (6 chocolate, 6 vanilla)
3 soaks to add flavor and moisture (chocolate, strawberry, vanilla)
3 piping bags with glaze (chocolate, strawberry, vanilla)
4 tasty toppings (ranging from colorful sprinkles to candied fruit)
Pastry box that can be decorated and used as a gift box
Launching its ecommerce site the company also ships luxe gift boxes, bringing flavor and choice to an ecommerce category limited by pre-set flavor assortments and increasingly prioritizing softness, sweetness and color over taste. Donut decorating kits are also available to ship nationwide. Kids in the kitchen: imagination, empowerment, creativity and life long memories.
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Use: Apply evenly and liberally 15 minutes prior to sun exposure. Reapply 2 hours after prolonged sweating or swimming and immediately after towel drying. For children under 6 months of age: Ask a doctor. Active Ingredient: Zinc Oxide