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Naila Moon aka M. M. Hudson
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I am a compassionate person who cares about others deeply. I am committed to working for equality among all people. I look for the best qualities in humanity. I am passionate about my family and friends. I am to loyal to a fault. I have two grown children and three grandchildren whom I adore to no end. Get to know me a moment and I will take a lifetime to know you. Peace.
I am a compassionate person who cares about others deeply. I am committed to working for equality among all people. I look for the best qualities in humanity. I am passionate about my family and friends. I am to loyal to a fault. I have two grown children and three grandchildren whom I adore to no end. Get to know me a moment and I will take a lifetime to know you. Peace.

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Coffee Chat: Perfect Spring Day #CoffeeChat #Arizona
I am so incredibly late for Coffee Chat today. I had two doctor appointments today and had to take my Mom places, pick up meds, and jump hoops in general. Ah.... Oh yeah, and the net here at the house keeps going out so if you lose me... HA, you won't even ...

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Show Off Tuesday! #Giveaways & #Reviews
Show Off Tuesdays!  GiveAways & Reviews! NOW, Introducing the BIGGEST, the BEST, the COLOSSAL  “GiveAways & Reviews ever”!   Do you want to  show them off ? Would like to have  comments on those REVIEWS, do you have GIVEAWAYS ?  Well, this is the place!  Ju...

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#Review: The Library by Sarah Stewart/Illustrated David Small #AtoZBlogChallenge #T
Summary: Elizabeth Brown doesn't like to play with dolls and she doesn't like to skate. What she does like to do is read books. Lots of books. The only problem is that her library has gotten so big she can't even use her front door anymore. What should Eliz...

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#Review: Sona and the Wedding Game by Kashmira Sheth/illustrated by Yoshiko Jaegge #Multicultural #AtoZBlog Challenge #S
Summary: Sona's big sister is getting married and she's been given an important job to do. She has to steal the groom's shoes. She's never attended a wedding before, so she's unfamiliar with this Indian tradition as well as many of the other magical experie...

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#Review: Rosita and the Night of the Radishes by Dorothy Thurgood Manning #Multicultural #AtoZBlogChallenge #R
Summary: Young Rosita competes in Oaxaca, Mexico's radish carving contest which is held every December 23rd. She hopes to win first prize and use the money to help her family's failing farm. My review: Rosita and the Night of the Radishes  is a fictional ta...

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#Review: The Queen Is Coming to Tea by Linda Ravin Lodding/Illustrated by Constanze von Kitzing #AtoZBlogChallenge #Q
Summary: When Ellie finds out the Queen is coming to tea, she snaps to attention! But will the Queen patiently wait? And what exactly will be waiting for the Queen? My review: The Queen Is Coming to Tea  is a cute story with a cute twist of an ending. The i...

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#Review: Paul Needs Specs by Bernard Cohen/ Illustrated by Geoff Kelly #AtoZBlogChallenge #P
Summary: Paul's world is turning fuzzy, but luckily he has Sal, his big sister, who is happy to help bring it back into focus, and tell his story to the world. My review: Paul Needs Specs  is a funny title to me which is why I picked up the book, to begin w...

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APRIL 2017 KID LIT BLOG HOP #KLBH #KidLitBlogHop
Hello, welcome back to another month of terrific children's literature. We welcome you to the April 2017 Kid Lit Blog Hop. This hop takes place every 3rd Wednesday of the month. It is designed to engage a  group of people who love everything that has to do ...

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#Review: Octopuses One To Ten by Ellen Jackson/Illustrated by Robin Page #AtoZBlogChallenge #O
Summary: Dive into this fascinating counting journey through the amazing and mysterious world of octopuses. Everyone knows octopuses have  eight  arms. But did you know that they have  three  hearts and  nine  brains? This intriguing exploration of octopuse...

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Review: Never Mail An Elephant by Mike Thaler/Illustrated by Jerry Smith #AtoZBlogChallenge #N
Summary: It seemed like a good idea at the time, but find out what happens when our young hero tries to mail an elephant to his cousin for her birthday. My review: I absolutely laughed out loud at the reading of this book, Never Mail An Elephant . The absur...
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