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    PEANUTS

    - The teaser trailer for 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studio's upcoming film PEANUTS has been released! Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the gang are back!

    Watch the PEANUTS Teaser Trailer NOW: http://youtu.be/N1FNL_iIp5c


     PEANUTSe


     PEANUTSe


    PEANUTS
    3D Animation
    Release: November 6, 2015

    SYNOPSIS:
    For the first time ever, Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the rest of the gang we know and love from Charles Schulz's timeless "Peanuts" comic strip will be making their big-screen debut; like they've never been seen before in a CG-Animated Feature film in 3D.





    Sweet Sweet Carabee - Evelyn Gresham

    - ISBN: 9781612442334
    Availability: In Stock
    Price: $11.95


    Sweet Sweet Carabe


    http://www.halopublishing.com/bookstore/sweet-sweet-carabee





    (BPRW) Developmental Delays: Catching the Culprit

    - (BLACK PR WIRE) – Perhaps Dr. Seuss would say,
    "As children grow, abilities show.
    And they began to prosper.
    But if they pause, it’s a concern for all.
    So assistance we must foster."


    As a child grows so do their abilities to perform and achieve age appropriate tasks. These age appropriate tasks/abilities are known as developmental milestones. But what happens when these developmental milestones are not met or missed, and a child can not accurately perform age appropriate tasks? Knowing which specific areas that any developmental delays exist is the key to correcting any problems. Identifying these areas is the sole purpose of iOT Screener.

    iOT Screener is a FREE multiplatform app developed by Dr. Frederick B. Covington, OTD, to assure and assist in the proper development, well-being, and intervention (if needed) for children. The app does this by allowing a user to input general information about the child and themselves and answer a series of simple Yes/No questions. For children under the age of five, the app’s questions pertain to developmental milestones and progress typical to the child’s age. For children over the age of five/school aged the app looks at maladaptive traits or behaviors that may affect academic performance or everyday tasks.

    When the questions are completed, the user is presented with an analysis. For children ages under 5, the app reveals what percentages of developmental milestones are currently being met. For the children over five/school aged, it reveals the percentage of maladaptive traits observed. The ratings are categorized as;

    No Concern: Functioning Within Normal Limits
    Minimal Concern
    Moderate Concern
    Maximal Concern

    Having this knowledge not only informs a caregiver but allows for any needed intervention. Any individual that proceeds through life without successfully achieving developmental milestones is a recipe for academic failure and scholastic latency. We must begin to look at children the same way an architect looks at building a home. If the architect has a million dollars to build a home, he would not spend a mere $1000 to lay the foundation. If so, everything that is built on top of that faulty foundation is bound to fall. Using iOT Screener allows for that steady foundation to be laid. This allows parents, educators, therapists, and any caregiver to later build upon that solid foundation and have assurance that progress can and will continue.

    For more information visit: www.iOTScreener.com or contact Dr. Covington at iotscreenerhelp@gmail.com.






    3rd Grade Reading Prophecy

    - “an omen in one community
    financial restoration for another”

    Letter Sounds Save Their Soul
    Secret to Reading Success for African American Children
    By Vanessa Peters, Reading Specialist



    With prophetic accuracy, projections for how many prisons will be needed years from now are being determined by the reading failure rate of 8-year old urban children. Poor rural communities are being sold on a certain future and employment boom that a prison presence offers.

    Secret to Reading Success for African American Children


    777 Series
    Winning the Reading Lottery

    ‘Letter Sounds Save Their Soul’ reveals a carefully guarded secret;

    3rd grade African American children’s reading skills beating out state averages after being taught a back to basics learning to read system called Direct Instruction.

    LETTER SOUNDS SAVE THEIR SOUL
    Is the first book to focus exclusively on the power of using rhythm and sounds to teach reading to Black children, and to refocus learning to read as a unique system that taps into their God-given talent of rhythm and soul. Trains sound-sensitive minorities’ (children and adults) how to hear, manipulate and identify the smallest unit of letter sounds and demonstrates how those individual sounds flow easily into words and reading. Offers a 100% turnaround of a failed teaching policy that will cause 1/3 of all children who enter school for the very first time to emerge 12 years later functionally illiterate.

    Secret to Reading Success for African American Children


    Not being able to read literally robs the soul and kills the spirit of African American children across this nation. Letter Sounds Save Their Soul shows parents and guardians how to STOP the practice of turning Black readers into illiteracy statistics, stuck in a permanent underclass.

    Secret to Reading Success for African American Children

    Secret to Reading Success for African American Children


    777, winning the reading lottery Series, retails at $8.77 - paperback
    Booksellers 35% Discount Code: QV9287UT (to order + receive discount, please click code link)
    ISBN-13: 978-149035551 / Self-published by CreateSpace

    Click here for ‘look inside preview’ Book Two of the series

    About the Author:
    VanessaPeters is a reading specialist and private tutor. In 2005 she founded the Sweet Sounds of Reading children’s tutoring program and its companion Parents Reading Training Classes. In addition to “Letter Sounds Save Their Soul” she is also the author of, “How to Teach Reading for Parents and Guardians.” Please visit her site at: www.SweetSoundsofReading.com/ or contact her at: ReadingLady411@gmail.com

    Volume 1: http://amzn.to/16EIYcf / Volume 2: http://amzn.to/13A5Vdn

    Secret to Reading Success for African American Children








    National Get Outdoors Day

    In advance of National Get Outdoors Day tomorrow, the Ad Council and the US Forest Service have released new PSAs that promote outdoor activities for children. You can view the PSAs at: http://www.multivu.com/mnr/62047-us-forest-service-ad-council-psa-african-american-families-discover-nature.

    National Get Outdoors Day
         National Get Outdoors Day



    The PSAs encourage America’s youth—specifically African-American children—and their parents to spend more time outside at nearby forests and parks. According to the Forest Service, just over a third of African-American children aged 6 to 12 participated in regular outdoor recreation in 2011, which is 30 percent lower than Caucasian children in the same age range.

        


    The benefits of outdoor activities are clear— lower stress levels and obesity rates, stronger immune systems, and a greater degree of environmental consciousness. You can contribute to our campaign by sharing our PSAs with your readers or pointing them to DiscoverTheForest.org to find great outdoor activities at forests, parks and open spaces in their local area.




    PHOTO ALERT: Radio Disney's "N.B.T." Season Five Winners Chloe and Halle Bailey Get "Minnie Make-Over" for Radio Disney Music Awards


    - To tweet this photo, use http://bit.ly/MinnieStyle with the hashtag #MinnieStyle -

    Glendale, Calif., April 25, 2013— Radio Disney's "N.B.T." (Next BIG Thing) season five winners Chloe and Halle Bailey are getting glam for the Radio Disney Music Awards (RDMAs). The pop singing sisters from Atlanta, Georgia were treated to a "Minnie Make-over" and enjoyed a styling session featuring the latest Minnie Mouse-inspired fashions, shoes and accessories to create their RMDA look. As they prepare to walk the red carpet and meet all of their favorite artists during Saturday's celebration of music's most popular young artists, the teen pop stars are excited to show off their fun fashion flare. Once Chloe and Halle selected the Minnie outfit that best represented their own sense of style, they finished the look with manicures using OPI's limited edition Minnie Mouse nail polish. Stay tuned to see the rising stars at this year's RDMA.

    Chloe and Halle Bailey
    (Photo credit: Disney)

    LOS ANGELES, Calif.— APRIL 25: Radio Disney's "N.B.T." (Next BIG Thing) season five winners Chloe and Halle Bailey are getting glam for the Radio Disney Music Awards (RDMAs) taking place at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE on Saturday, April 27. The pop singing sisters were treated to a "Minnie Make-over" and enjoyed a styling session featuring the latest Minnie Mouse-inspired fashions, shoes and accessories to create their RMDA look. Stay tuned to see the rising stars at this year's RDMA.

    About Radio Disney
    Radio Disney is the #1, 24-hour radio network devoted to kids, tweens and families. Kids help pick the music that is played and are encouraged to interact via a toll-free phone line to the Radio Disney studio. The network's current playlist, driven by listener requests and representing major record labels, includes recording artists Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, One Direction, Katy Perry, Cody Simpson, Carly Rae Jepsen and Cher Lloyd. The network is available on 31 owned terrestrial radio stations and is also available via RadioDisney.com, Sirius XM satellite radio on channel 79, iTunes Radio Tuner, mobile phones, the Radio Disney iPhone and Android Apps, and the Radio Disney Facebook page.

    About Disney Consumer Products
    Disney Consumer Products (DCP) is the business segment of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) that delivers innovative and engaging product experiences across thousands of categories from toys and apparel to books and fine art. As the world's largest licensor, DCP inspires the imaginations of people around the world by bringing the magic of Disney into consumers' homes with products they can enjoy year-round. DCP is comprised of three business units: Licensing, Publishing and Disney Store. The Licensing business is aligned around seven strategic brand priorities: Disney Baby & Classic Characters, Disney Media Networks & Games, Disney & Pixar Animation Studios, Disney Princess & Disney Fairies, Disney Live Action Film, Marvel, and Lucasfilm. Disney Publishing Worldwide (DPW) is the world's largest publisher of children's books, magazines, and digital products and also includes an English language learning business, consisting of over 40 Disney English learning centers across China and a supplemental learning book program.

    DPW's growing library of digital products includes best-selling eBook titles and original apps that leverage Disney content in innovative ways. The Disney Store retail chain operates across North America, Europe and Japan with more than 350 stores worldwide and is known for providing consumers with high-quality, unique products. Disney's official shopping portals online are www.DisneyStore.comand www.DisneyStore.co.uk. For more information, please visit Disney Consumer Productswww.DisneyConsumerProducts.com or follow us at www.YouTube.com/DisneyLiving, www.Facebook.com/DisneyLiving and www.Twitter.com/DisneyLiving.

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    Media Contacts:
    Shawn Turner
    Disney Consumer Products
    818.544.0848
    shawn.n.turner@disney.com

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    Princess Me


    - Just published is a book based on a true story – one that every girl dreams about – about becoming a princess. -

    While at The Learning Experience® (TLE®), a national academy of early education for children aged 6 weeks to 6 years, Lydia, an African-American girl, shared with classmates that she wanted to be a princess. She was immediately told by her peers that she wasn’t “white enough” and her hair wasn’t “long enough” to be a princess. A deflated Lydia was comforted by TLE® center director Shelly Coss who heard about the incident and decided to go a step further and teach the youngsters that anyone can grow up to be anything they wanted to be regardless of race or hair length. Shelly even showed the class pictures of princesses from all over the world.

    Lydia’s mother, Rita Hutchings, heard about the extra effort that was put forth by the TLE® Wayne, New Jersey, center staff which inspired her to write Princess Me: Every Girl Can Be A Little Princess.

    In her book, Rita acknowledges The Learning Experience writing, “Many thanks [must go] to the staff at the Learning Experience Academy of Early Education who promote respect, acceptance and appreciation of the rich diversity of children from all cultures. They provide a nurturing, safe and happy environment exposing children to a wide array of cultural backgrounds at an early age, while encouraging an open-minded viewpoint for the future.”

    Princess Me is now available on Amazon.

    As background, The Learning Experience® is the country’s fastest growing early learning academy for children 6 weeks to 6 years old with over 175 centers nationwide. With a greater national emphasis on educational development during the first six years of a child's growth, TLE® prepares children academically and socially via innovative scholastic and enrichment programs such as L.E.A.P® curriculum, a cutting-edge proprietary approach to learning which has 90 percent of TLE® children graduating preschool reading at a Kindergarten or greater level. To complement the academic portion, various enrichment programs crucial to advancing learning and overall balance will be discussed and demonstrated, such as baby yoga, music, physical fitness, manners and etiquette, philanthropy and Spanish language. For more information about TLE® centers and programs, please visit www.thelearningexperience.com.

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    So In Style(TM) Barbie(R) Creator's Multi-Cultural Doll Company Moves to Wall Street


    - Former Mattel(TM) Doll Designer, Stacey McBride-Irby, and Her New Line of Multi-Cultural Dolls Make History With Stock Market Debut -

    HOUSTON, Jan. 24, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- One World Holdings (OTCBB:OWOO), parent company to The One World Doll Project, Inc., announced today that it has completed the process of taking the company public and that FINRA has designated its stock symbol as "OWOO." Prior to getting its stock symbol, the Company had filed a Registration Statement with the SEC which had gone effective on December 19, 2012.

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    "We are excited about becoming a public company because this represents a major milestone in setting the stage for One World to be a real competitor in the doll and toy arena. This move will also provide liquidity for our shareholders and facilitate future capital formation and growth," stated Joanne Melton, CEO. "As a public company we expect to make big steps forward in 2013 as we introduce The Prettie Girls! OWP, our unique multi-cultural doll line, to a market that we believe has been waiting for high quality dolls to represent true racial and ethnic diversity," she added.

    About The One World Doll Project
    In her 15 years at Mattel(TM), Stacey McBride-Irby designed and created countless fashions and concepts for the iconic Barbie(R) line. Most notably, Stacey created an entire new line for the company, the So In Style(TM) dolls, the first African-American Barbie dolls by Mattel which, according to Stacey, "more closely represented contemporary girls and young women in the diverse and dynamic urban community". Now she is using her love of doll making and design to create dolls with The One World Doll Project, Inc.

    The One World Doll Project has developed an exciting line of multi-cultural and fashion dolls that it expects will have a major impact in the months ahead. The Prettie Girls! OWP doll line is unique in the way they look, their backgrounds and their stories that capture the essence of what every little girl can embrace and relate to. The Prettie Girls! Ms. McBride-Irby, along with the One World Doll Project, believes that little girls and their mothers are looking for images of beauty and fashion that mirror the same colors, shapes and physical characteristics that they themselves possess.

    The overall vision of the company is to introduce a new way mainstream dolls are designed, marketed and integrated into the fabric of America. The One World Doll Project's core mission is to make one of the most significant, positive cultural impacts on play and in the doll category in recent history.

    More information about One World Holdings, Inc., Stacey McBride-Irby and The One World Doll Project Story and Team can be found at www.oneworlddolls.com.

    The One World Doll Project
    http://www.globenewswire.com/newsroom/prs/?pkgid=16831

    Mattel, Barbie, So in Style and the Mattel, Barbie and So In Style logos are trademarks of Mattel Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

    Notice Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

    Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: This news release contains forward-looking information within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, including statements that include the words "believes," "expects," "anticipate" or similar expressions. Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. In addition, description of anyone's past success, either financial or strategic, is no guarantee of future success. This news release speaks as of the date first set forth above and the Company assumes no responsibility to update the information included herein for events occurring after the date hereof.

    CONTACT: Sarah Daniel
    The One World Doll Project, Inc.
    713-409-2916 Mobile
    1-866-440-1470 ext. 150
    sdaniel@oneworlddolls.com

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BLACK - AFRICAN AMERICAN CHILDREN
   

  1. Abena's Family ...
    Abena’s Family is an amazing collection of ethnic ragg dolls built around the true story of an African American descendent of African royalty and how many cultures came from the beginning of a very special one.

  2. Adopting African American Children...
    Adopting African American Children Message Board - Adoption Forums.

  3. African-American Children's Books...
    African-American voices in children's fiction.

  4. African-American Images...
    Powerful African American images revealed in picture books.

  5. Afro Puffs and Ponytails ...
    Afro Puffs and Ponytails is a site for inspiring African American girls. Here parents can send in their personal kudos along with pictures of girls who are selected for their achievements and presented weekly. African American women are also selected and recognized as role models.

  6. Augusta Baker ...
    The Augusta Baker Collection of African-American Children's Literature & Folklore.

  7. BlackAndMarriedWithKids.com...
    A blog about relationships, parenting, kids, romance, advice, Q&A, black families and life!

  8. Black Books Galore...
    Black Books Galore! sells African American children's books and organizes children's book festivals, offering thousands of selections. The Black Books Galore! Guide to Great African American Children's Books.

  9. Brown Baby Reads! ...
    This is a FREE book club for kids that focuses on African-Americans. Both as main characters AND authors!!!!! This is a great opportunity to support an effort to get more African-American kids reading! This website was started to support an effort to get 1 million African-American children reading for leisure!

  10. Brown Sugar & Spice Book Service...
    African-American Children's Books & Multicultural Children's Books – true-to-life stories, for children & adults – a collection to treasure!

  11. Celebrating Children...
    African American parenting articles, tips, books, gifts. Birth announcements, baby shower invitations.

  12. Children's Museum of Manhattan...
    Children's Museum of Manhattan, New York City. A Museum for Children and Families. Listings of exhibits, events, classes, programs, performers.

  13. Children Of Color...
    A unique collection of birth announcements, thank you cards, invitations, note cards and prints for African American families and other People of Color.

  14. Children's Software, Free Kids Software...
    PlanetCDROM provides a full selection of low cost and free kids’ software, including educational children’s software, and home schooling software.

  15. Children Television Workshop...
    Sesame workshop is a non profit educational organization making a meaningful difference in the lives of children worldwide.

  16. Crayola Online...
    Crayola offers arts and crafts projects and ideas for everyday or rainy-day fun.

  17. Discounts For Baby...
    Join the Discounts For Baby Club to receive discounts up to 75% off on baby products and services. It's free to join.

  18. Discovery Channel...
    Parents, teachers, and students. Fresh ideas to enhance learning.

  19. Disney...
    Where the magic comes to you!

  20. Dolls Like Me...
    Toy store featuring African American, biracial, and Latino dolls and puppets, children’s books, American Girl doll urban gear, and resources on transracial adoption and building self-esteem in children of color.

  21. Ella B. Jenkins...
    Move over, Dora! Here comes Ella B. Jenkins, an African-American role model for all children. Ella B. Jenkins Meets President Obama. The first in a five-volume series.

  22. FDA Kids Page...
    Food and Drug Administration kids page.

  23. Gary's Homework Help Page...
    Resources for your childs homework.

  24. Harriet Tubman and The Underground Railroad for Children ...
    Here's a web-based activity about Harriet Tubman for primary age children.

  25. HBCU Kidz ...
    HBCU kidz is the PREMIER 1- Stop Shop On-line Boutique for Historically Black College and University Gear and unique inspirational designs for infants / preschool / toddlers up to size 6T.

  26. Inspirational Expressions ...
    Shop our products for the best prices on African American Christmas gifts, Bibles, Bible covers, calendars, figurines, children's books, and decorating items for home and church.

  27. Johnna Bebe Designs...
    Children's Designer Wear. Specializing in Girls sizes 2T - 8. Unique and Ethnic fabrics.

  28. Karma Kidz ...
    Karma Kidz is an online boutique dedicated to serving your lil’ Karma Princess, Karma Prince, and Karma Mommies. We offer Designer Karma Apparel, Gifts, Nursery Room Décor, Accessories, and our latest Karma Kidz Bath & Body!!

  29. Kids Bedroom Furniture World...
    Here is a guide to the typical childs bedroom furniture you will find in a room.

  30. Kids That Smile...
    Offers personalized kids music, photo sports balls, photo Christmas ornaments, personalized books, and more unique personalized gifts for all ages.

  31. Knowledge Adventure...
    Knowledge Adventure has been a leader in kids interactive content for 20 years. The company develops and publishes top-selling PC and console-based multimedia software for kids of all ages to learn and play.

  32. Labyrinth's Door...
    The Adventure Begins with Labyrinth's Door.Enter the world of Labyrinth’s Door, a new children’s fantasy/adventure magazine for children 8-14.

  33. Melanet's Watoto World...
    The Website for African American Children, parents & educators.

  34. Mocha Moms...
    Mocha Moms Online is a site for stay at home mothers of color.

  35. Mop Top the Hip Hop Scientist...
    "Mop Top" the "Hip Hop" Scientist Celebrates African-Americans in the Sciences.

  36. National Black Child Development Institute ...
    NBCDI's national early literacy public education engagement campaign designed to enhance the early literacy skills of African American children.

  37. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences...
    NIEHS Kids Page, quizzies, brainteasers, riddles and much more.

  38. Nickelodeon Online...
    So many interesting and fun things for kids to do on this site.

  39. Phonics Fantasy Theater ...
    We at Phonics Fantasy Theater® are educators and artists who created a program to teach children to read by using African-Caribbean dance moves. We have produced an award winning instructional children's DVD, Phonics Fantasy Dance™.

  40. Pitani...
    When children wears clothing with prints, pictures or texts, it's incredibly important , they can reflect and identify themselves with the clothes they wear.

  41. Reading Games For Kids ...
    One of the best reading games for kids is Flipping for Phonics. Teach children 3 years and older how to read the fun and exciting way.

  42. RJMiro.com ...
    New Invention Paper Rings fits within aligned punched holes in typing paper. Assorted colors can be used as promotional item.

  43. Saving Our Children ...
    Making the African American community aware of our missing and murdered children.

  44. School-info4u.com ...
    This is an online resource that is dedicated to promoting educational achievement for children of colour. We are an advocacy service for parents and carers.

  45. Shoes4School.org...
    Reaching children changing lives one pair at a time. To provide shoes, school supplies, back packs and sporting goods to KIN (Kids In Need). This is not just about another pair of shoes. The footwear serves 3 main purposes, self esteem, lower childhood disease and obesity, improved academics.

  46. Stories4kidz.com ...
    Kids Short Stories. Book and Video.

  47. Subdition...
    Our aim is to present an alternative method from the traditional way of doing subtraction.

  48. Sucking Your Thumb Books ...
    Helping to raise the awareness of children one book at a time.

  49. Sweet Honey Child...
    Sweet Honey Child is a place for exploration and celebration of the uniqueness of your brown-skinned child!

  50. SweetPlums.com...
    African American children personal,bedroom furnishings and novelty merchansdise featuring our animated characters PlumKids and PlumTeens

  51. Tamarind - Multicultural Children's Books ...
    Tamarind has been publishing multicultural children’s books for 23 years, in order to redress the balance in book publishing. We produce books that all children can engage with, and that reflect black children positively in the books they read. Our books have featured on the UK National Curriculum and BBC children’s television.

  52. TeaCake Kids...
    Clothing , accessories, featuring children of color. Many items to choose from on this website!

  53. The Bag-O'-Books Co....
    African-American Children's book club, educational materials, articles, arts & crafts and more. Take a look!

  54. The Virtuous Girl ...
    On this website, you can discover that there’s a God in Heaven who loves you and who is watching over you, and also discover how to fulfill your destiny. Here you can check out our poll, pick up some Smakin’ Snacks, see which one of us you’re like on our quizzes page, and discover real friendship and beauty secrets.

  55. Total Travel Bag...
    The Total Travel Bag is the first diaper bag with a combination of the following features: Built-In Bottle Warmer, Car Adapter, Storage Cooler, Changing Pad, Converts to a Back Pack, Converts to a Garment Bag and more.

  56. Universoul Circus...
    Universoul Circus official website.

  57. When I’m Big & Grown...
    African American Children’s Book, Published by Stone Cottage Books.

  58. Young Black Starz ...
    Supporting the Young, Black and Famous.



















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