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THE WOODLANDS, Texas (Feb. 8, 2016) – A few area LearningRx brain-training centers have teamed up to add some brainpower to local school libraries. To help local school children understand how they can stretch and grow their brains, Kim Bellini and Beth Buzbee, owners of The Woodlands LearningRx ...
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Stop 1 on the blog book tour!

"This adorable book by the authorial team of Rana DiOrio and Emma D. Dryden is a beautiful read."

Thanks for kicking it off, Laura!

http://leolibris.blogspot.com/2016/02/what-does-it-mean-to-be-entrepreneur-by.html
Welcome to my first blog tour! Well, not mine, I am merely participating in it; it is hosted by Sage's Blog Tours. This adorable book by the authorial team of Rana DiOrio and Emma D. Dryden is a beautiful read. It was great t...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Little Pickle Press to Raise Funds for Hand in Hand for Syria Children’s Media Company Steps Up to Support Humanitarian Effort Contact: Laura Mancuso laura@littlepicklepress.com 415.340.3344 (San Francisco, CA) Focused on creating media for a better world, Little Pickle Press is committed to having a positive impact on those impacted by the …
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"What Does It Mean to be an Entrepreneur? (Little Pickle Press, 2016) explores the initiative, tenacity, and persistence needed to successfully transform an inspiration into a functioning reality. Entrepreneurs approach problem-solving opportunities by asking the questions “What if?” and “What for?” From there, they tirelessly investigate options in search of creative ways to develop products and services to benefit others. In this charming picture book, concepts such as these are delightfully demonstrated through a resourceful young girl’s innovative quest to design a fully-automated, robotic dog-washing machine."
  What Does It Mean to be an Entrepreneur? (Little Pickle Press, 2016) explores the initiative, tenacity, and persistence needed to successfully transform an inspiration into a functioning reality. Entrepreneurs approach problem-solving opportunities by asking the questions “What if?” and
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How do you prevent Brain Freeze?
With Our HOT End Of The Year Sale 
online at LittlePicklePress.com!

To shop: http://www.littlepicklepress.com/shop/

*Offer excludes pre-sales and What Does It Mean to Be…? series autographed bundle.
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Day 27: We're inspired by Sprouts Cooking Club, a non-profit that gets kids jazzed about REAL foods through hands-on cooking in REAL restaurants with REAL ingredients alongside REAL chefs.

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WE KEEP COOKING REAL. Our mission is simple: we strive to teach Bay-Area children of all socio-economicbackgrounds how to cook, hands-on, with real chefs, using real ingredients, in real restaurants whenever possible. GET COOKIN'. Background. CookingRealFood ...
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Second stop on the book blog tour!

"'What Does It Mean To Be An Entrepreneur?' is absolutely amazing.  It was fun, quirky and inspiring. The illustrations are beautiful, full of vivid colors and shapes. It would definitely grab a child's attention. The message really shined through, that you can become an 'entrepreneur' if you put yourself into the work. A particular quote from the book spoke to me, '...following your dream wholeheartedly and unwaveringly...even if it seems impossible.' Its important that young people know not to give and that you can do anything if you want it bad enough. I would read this book to my younger siblings or any small human. Five stars." 

Thanks, Emily! 
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"What Does It Mean To Be An Entrepreneur?" begins its blog book tour today!

Follow along everyday for each stop along the virtual road! 

http://www.littlepicklepress.com/entrepreneur-blog-tour/
Read reviews, check out interviews with the authors, and enter giveaways for a chance to win your own copy of What Does It Mean To Be An Entrepreneur?. Follow along using the tour schedule below, updated daily.
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"All participating schools received a Kindness Certified School certificate and a gift of Little Pickle Press’ inspiring book, What Does It Mean to Be Kind? by Rana DiOrio. The best gift of all is the joy that is felt as five million students complete kind act after kind act."
CARLSBAD, CA (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 02, 2016 Youth nationwide inspire 250 million acts of kindness during the 2016 Great Kindness Challenge presented by Kids for Peace. Kids for Peace announced today that over five million students united in kindness during the 2016 Great Kindness Challenge which took place in schools all over the world January …
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Day 30: We're inspired by TOMS | The One for One Company  
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With every product you purchase, TOMS will help a person in need. One for One®.
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Day 28: We're inspired by Munchery- for every meal you buy, they donate a meal to a local food bank! #GiveBack 
Our chefs make delicious meals and we deliver them directly to you from our kitchens in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, and Seattle.
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