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  • SCI-FI YES, BUT SO MUCH MORE.


    Kindle Edition of Alpha Tales 2044: Beta-Earth Chronicles Is All Set to Be Published on December 2018


    (Filed: Mon Nov 26 2018)
  • Stampy the Wizard and the Lost Wand


    Red Chain Games is pleased to announce the launch of Stampy the Wizard and the Lost Wand, a digital, interactive storybook by Vanessa Brister of Hairy Kow Design.


    (Filed: Mon Nov 12 2018)
  • HIGH LTD ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING COMPANY PROVIDES KEY ART FOR “TRAUMA THERAPY” FILM BY GLASS HOUSE P


    Founded in 2010, HIGH provides quality key art to studios and independent filmmakers across all genres, as well as original artwork for the gaming, streaming and television industries. In addition, HIGH creates advertising and marketing campaigns across all platforms and channels. With locations in London and Los Angeles, HIGH provides 24-hour service to clients. Visit www.highltd.com to learn more.


    (Filed: Sun Nov 11 2018)
  • Experts Say Short Stories Help Children Become Avid Readers


    Comic books have long suffered from a bad reputation. Dismissed by parents as too simplistic to offer the developmental benefits of “real books”, comic books have been viewed as a distraction from learning. But this myth is now being challenged, as research has shown reading about superheroes is not only fun, but it can also raise children to be super-readers at the same time.


    (Filed: Wed Oct 31 2018)
  • Peggy Palmer Finds Transformative Power in Positivity


    From teaching 7th and 8th grade to her work in the non-profit world, Peggy Palmer has not only implemented her teaching about positivity in a professional context but also in a personal one with her own children.


    (Filed: Thu Oct 18 2018)
  • New Storybook Helps Fathers Carve Out Reading Ritual With Their Child


    When a father takes the time to read to his child, there is a big payoff, studies show. In fact, a 2014 Harvard study indicates that when dads regularly read bedtime stories to young children, it actually has a measurably bigger impact on the youngsters’ language development than when Mom reads.


    (Filed: Wed Sep 19 2018)
  • Frances Ellen Walsh Embarks on an Unforgettable Journey


    In our globalized world, there is cross-cultural contact that increasingly spans international borders. While online resources provide greater opportunities for travel, there is also more information about violence, conflict, and unrest in distant destinations.


    (Filed: Wed Sep 05 2018)
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