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Teddy O'Malley
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Cool Kids Wear Glasses is free on May 16th. I'd really appreciate some downloads and reviews.
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This game looks fun. It's called Kloo, and you can use it to learn Spanish, French, or Italian. 
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I'm looking for reviewers for my children's book on the topic of bullying. It's called Cool Kids Wear Glasses.

Mandy Harper, one of the meanest girls ever, viciously ruled the school. She decided who was in and who was out. At least until Kayla Littlebe started standing up to her. 
But one day Mandy found out she might need glasses. Would she still be able to rule the school or would her new glasses help her see the error of her ways? 

Comment and I will give you my email or you can give me yours. I will send you a PDF copy.
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Postcards are a great craft for anyone to make! Learn about the world. ^_^
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Fun idea! Make a postcard. Don't have a penpal? You can use http://www.postcrossing.com to find a penpal or simply send and receive postcards from around the world.
How to Make a Postcard. Did you know that you can send any stamped piece of paper as a postcard, as long as it's cut to the right dimensions? This means the possibilities for crafting your own unique postcard are endless. Never again will...
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Gifts Kids Can Make  - 
 
Postcards are a great craft for anyone to make! Learn about the world. ^_^
Teddy O'Malley originally shared:
 
Fun idea! Make a postcard. Don't have a penpal? You can use http://www.postcrossing.com to find a penpal or simply send and receive postcards from around the world.
How to Make a Postcard. Did you know that you can send any stamped piece of paper as a postcard, as long as it's cut to the right dimensions? This means the possibilities for crafting your own unique postcard are endless. Never again will...
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Illustration from my new book Cool Kids Wear Glasses. ^_^

myBook.to/coolkidswearglasses 
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That would be really cute and then every kid would probably want glasses. Lol. :)
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Cool Kids Wear Glasses is free for May 16th on Kindle! Will you grab it?

(Psst! It's always free to borrow with Kindle Unlimited)
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I'm looking for reviewers for my children's book on the topic of bullying. It's called Cool Kids Wear Glasses.

Mandy Harper, one of the meanest girls ever, viciously ruled the school. She decided who was in and who was out. At least until Kayla Littlebe started standing up to her. 
But one day Mandy found out she might need glasses. Would she still be able to rule the school or would her new glasses help her see the error of her ways? 

Comment and I will give you my email or you can give me yours. I will send you a PDF copy.
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I'm looking for reviewers for my children's book on the topic of bullying. It's called Cool Kids Wear Glasses.

Mandy Harper, one of the meanest girls ever, viciously ruled the school. She decided who was in and who was out. At least until Kayla Littlebe started standing up to her. 
But one day Mandy found out she might need glasses. Would she still be able to rule the school or would her new glasses help her see the error of her ways? 

Comment and I will give you my email or you can give me yours. I will send you a PDF copy.
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Take your time, +Margaret Welwood and that's geat! :)
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A scene from Cool Kids Wear Glasses

Kayla walked up to Mandy. "Do you know what you're doing?"

“Yes, I'm deciding who is in and who is out,” Mandy explained.

“Do you even know what the word cool means, Mandy? You're not friendly and nice to others. You're not cool at all. You're making fun of people who are different. Someday, you'll be different too. Then somebody will make fun of you for it. You'll be the one in tears.”

“As if,” said Mandy. “Oh, by the way, Kayla, you're officially not cool.”

#SaturdayScenes   #kidlit     #bullying  
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Destiny's latest blog post is about a fun language learning site called Mondly. It would be a great course to combine with your Memrise lessons. ^_^
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Wow, that was beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing. I really enjoyed looking at the illustrations and seeing the loving relationship between brother and sister.
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+lola c Hi Lola C. In response to your comment about permission- I have sought it out where I can & to date I have had positive feedback about my readings with encouragement from authors & illustrators as well as  requests for more readings of particular stories (some authors have offered to post me their books). My work has been warmly received by the authors that I have managed to contact (no, I haven't managed to get everyone-but, Ive sent alot of emails directly to authors/illustrators) Publishing houses may be more pedantic about the rules, so- their response could be different I guess and for now, I am not chasing that up. I think that  could spoil it for many people- there are so many lovely stories being shared all over YouTube, by children, parents, reviewers and happy story people- would be sad to see that all being whisked away by publishing companies who may be pernickety about the rules.As one award-winning UK illustrator with 30 books under her belt messaged me 'Anything that helps to get people excited about books has got to be a good thing' 
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CNA (certified nurse assistant), Author, Illustrator
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  • Artist, present
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Missouri
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Missouri - Missouri, Florida, Nevada
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I became interested in art as a kid. I was very drawn in. I had my own inner world and when I needed security, I would retreat to that world where I had many friends, and nobody was ever sad for very long. I moved around a lot and as a result made quite a few friends. I still have my first true friend, and we've been friends for fifteen years. I now live in a house in Missouri with my family and some dogs.
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Trilingual, published author
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  • University of Life
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Jourden cleghorn
I have had many less-than-par experiences with customer service and I try to shop elsewhere if I can. Unfortunately, this is the only store that's really open late in Poplar Bluff. K-mart is so much friendlier. Here is a recount of my worst experience dealing with this Wal*Mart. My friend is elderly and wheelchair bound. It isn't easy for to move about. So she came into Wal*Mart and when she didn't see any power-chair shopping carts (I don't know what their called) she asked an associate for assistance. They said they would help her get one. Half an hour later I showed up at the store with my mom. First I offered to go get an associate and see if they can find a cart. I walk up to what appears to be an assistant manager chatting with two associates. I'm thinking "Great, they can help me." So I ask if one of them can help me find a power-cart. "They're all taken. She's just gonna have to wait." And she immediately went back to chatting with her friends. Seriously!? A few minutes later a couple comes by riding on a power chair and when we asked them if they would let her use it since she'd been waiting longer they said no, because they'd found it themselves. So I sat with my friend while my mom went off to look for one. My mom found a cart boy who helped her find a power-cart, but by this time we'd been waiting half and hour and she'd been waiting a WHOLE hour. My friend said, "Don't worry about it. Next time I'll just go to Kroger. I should have gone there in the first place." I sent Wal*Mart a message on their Facebook page. They told me to contact them on their site so I did. They responded that they would do something about this. They never did!
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I really wish there were other hospitals in the area. Rarely, I get a friendly nurse or doctor. Most of the time I feel rushed and I feel the like the nurses are irritated with me for some unknown reason. (Just because you're having a bad day, doesn't make it okay to take it out on your patients.). I have been to several hospitals and this is the only hospital where I have been treated this way. Most of the nurses that work at this hospital would benefit from some lessons in bedside manner. The only reason I gave two stars as opposed to one is because the last time I went there the nurses and doctors were friendlier than the ones I'd dealt with in the past. Perhaps, if I am fortunate enough to get nice medical professionals in the future, I'll change my star review.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Hillcrest park might not be the best playground in the world, but it's decent. It has a playground with slides and those old-fashioned ride-on toys. There are no swings, unfortunately. There is a picnic area, but it does not have barbecue pits. There is also a baseball field which hosts baseball games regularly. There is a pool which is open from late spring until late summer. The entry fee is reasonable ($2 for a child, $3 for an adult, $5 for a family). There is also a tennis court.
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I really like the library. They don't always have the books I want, but they do have a pretty decent selection. The library is big enough that it doesn't feel crowded, and you aren't tripping over other people. There are plenty of computers to use and tables to sit and study or do research at. The children's area (called the children's library) is separate with it's own separate librarians and activities and fun features for the children.
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