Growing up, how many books did you read as a child that had a person of color as the main character? It feels good to see a character that you can identify with. If you’re white, it might not even cross your mind since the norm is to read books with a white main character. I even looked up what are the top books of all time and can you guess how many of the 100 on the list were authored by a black person? Continue reading “Children’s Books with Characters of Color”
Did you know that some common school supplies can contain common allergens? Read Part 2 below of our 2-part series on Food Allergies in Children by our guest writer, Trista Swinson of Let’s Eat Safe. If you missed Part 1, be sure to check it out first and come back to finish Part 2. Continue reading “Guest Post: Food Allergies in Children Part 2”
I’m pleased to introduce to you my dear friend, Saundretta James of Live Alive and Free. We met in 2007 when we both studied abroad in Mazatlan, Mexico and we have stayed in touch ever since. She is a wife, a mother, and an author among many other things. Today, she gives us a few tips on Making Memories.