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Seashores to Sea Floors by Mobile Education Store | Dedicated Review

| December 27, 2013 | 0 Comments
Seashores to Sea Floors by Mobile Education Store | Dedicated Review

As part of the Crack The Books™ series, Seashores to Sea Floors is an impressive, comprehensive and interactive non-fiction iBook about the oceanic ecosystem.

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4 Reasons to Cherish Print Books

| October 27, 2013 | 0 Comments
4 Reasons to Cherish Print Books

When the tablet revolution descended upon us, I was an early adopter for sure. I bought the first iteration of the iPad; I also got a Kindle. A voracious reader, I was now a voracious tech consumer.

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Pros and Cons of a Kindle and a Printed Book

| September 27, 2013 | 0 Comments
Pros and Cons of a Kindle and a Printed Book

Although, the e-book is here to stay, printed books still have readership value. In this article, we will be discussing the advantages and disadvantages of a Kindle and a physical book.

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Partnering with Technology in your Child’s Education

| August 24, 2013 | 0 Comments
Partnering with Technology in your Child’s Education

Nicole Fonovich, co-author and co-creator of the “Luca Lashes” series of interactive apps and eBook, is a tech-savvy mom blazing a new trail in children’s publishing. Through examining both the negative and positive effects technology has on our children, Fonoovich provides us with advice on how to partner with our children and the technology they use to enhance their educational experiences.

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The Maks & Mila Book Series Seeks to Support Children and Schools in Need

| July 26, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Maks & Mila Book Series Seeks to Support Children and Schools in Need

Author Showcase The Maks & Mila book series seeks to support children and schools in need. For every 1 out of 6 books sold, one book will be donated in both developed and developing areas where children and schools cannot access and afford to buy Maks & Mila books. Maks & Mila On a Special […]

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Merel Bakker: Contributing to a World Where Children Feel Happy and Strong

| July 26, 2013 | 0 Comments
Merel Bakker: Contributing to a World Where Children Feel Happy and Strong

Merel Bakker (32) is a writer and mindfulness coach. She holds a Masters degree in International & European Law and has multiple degrees to teach mindfulness. Born and raised in the Netherlands, she has found her home in Switzerland where she happily lives with her husband.

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Play and Learn with Wallace | App Review

| July 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
Play and Learn with Wallace | App Review

Play and Learn with Wallace is an interactive learning app designed to help preschoolers through1st graders with their reading skills, counting skills, problem solving, fine motor skills, and hand-eye coordination.

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Introducing the New Jack Stalwart App

| July 23, 2013 | 0 Comments
Introducing the New Jack Stalwart App

Just in time for summer! YOUR MISSION Eight priceless treasures have been stolen in eight countries around the world. Your mission is to identify and find each of these treasures by solving coded messages, cryptic riddles, tricky tile puzzles and dastardly search and finds. Each time you find a treasure, you’ll earn a passport stamp. Collect eight […]

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Tractor Mac: Family Reunion by Billy Steers — Dedicated Review

| April 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
Tractor Mac: Family Reunion by Billy Steers — Dedicated Review

Young children, especially boys, eat the Tractor Mac books up and Tractor Mac: Family Reunion will be as easily digested as its predecessors.

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Billy Steers Discusses the Lovable “Tractor Mac” Series

| April 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
Billy Steers Discusses the Lovable “Tractor Mac” Series

Steers introduced the first children’s book that he both wrote and illustrated, Tractor Mac Arrives at the Farm—originally published by Golden Books. He has continued to create and self-publish more children’s books in his Tractor Mac series. We talked to him about the inspiration behind the lovable Tractor Mac and why kids so readily embrace books about “things that go.”

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