Raincoast Books – Oh Canada! ~Giveaway

Guess what! It’s only 31 days until Canada Day! And a whoopin’ big anniversary this year is! Not everyone gets to be 150! Haha! Of course, in European standards, we’re hardly past being a toddler! Oh well, it takes time to be a grownup! Speaking of toddlers and Canada Day, I have two super fun […]

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Raincoast Books – Spring Break #PlayTestShare! ~Giveaway!

Raincoast Books has unveiled this year’s Spring Break #PlayTestShare! We always enjoy testing out items for Raincoast and then letting you know what we like best! After all, these items pretty much always circle around the kids and the kids are *always* game for testing new games and books! At least that’s the norm in […]

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Raincoast Books – How Cities Work!

It’s no secret around here that I love books! It’s also no secret that the rest of my family also loves books! Big books, small books, kids books, adult books, short books, long books – we love them all! So when books come through the door, *everyone* perks up their ears and comes close to […]

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Raincoast Books – Use This if you Want to Take Great Photographs!

When you’re learning something new, the best way to do it is to practice lots. Practice in the morning, practice in the afternoon, practice in the evening – and unless you’re learning to play the trumpet – practice in the middle of the night! Photography is no different. There is a definite learning curve. Sure […]

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Voice Lessons To Go!

I have been singing since I was knee high to a grasshopper! We attend our “church” meetings twice a week and always sing – so I’ve loved singing since I could open my mouth and wail along! Oh wait, perhaps a baby crying doesn’t count as singing? Just the same, I’m always amazed at how […]

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Ooka Island – Help your Child Read! ~Giveaway!

Reading. In my opinion, it’s one of the most important things we learn in school. Not just how to read, but to love to read! It’s a pretty easy way of being transported to another place, to other people, to another world. I love to read, as does my husband. He, however, suffers from a […]

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