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Teens/Tweens

5 Signs Your Kid is Reading The Hunger Games

Is it strangely quiet in your house lately? Are your kids burying their noses in a book for hours at a time? If so, there is a strong possibility that they’ve been bitten by The Hunger Games bug. Don’t worry–it’s...Read More
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  • Parenta Non Grata

    The teenage years, can wear you down. Like a tornado, there’s very little warning. That deliciously sweet smelling cupcake you call your child transforms overnight into a snarling moody smelly stranger who answers to the same name....

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  • Seventeen Magazine… Then and Now

    For 70 years, teen girls around the world have relied on Seventeen Magazine to guide them thru the joys and perils of their high school years. From what clothes to wear to the latest hair and makeup trends to what to do when your best fr...

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    Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka? - Book Review: Juvie
    Bryanne E. Salazar

    Book Review: Juvie

    “Maybe not being guilty wasn’t the same as being innocent.” For Sadie Windas, the line between innocence and guilt is so faint; it is hard to see the difference.

    Sadie’s journey of self discovery begins with the kind of decision no good kid should have to make, whether or not to take the fall for her sister’s wrongdoing. READ MORE

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  • Be Here, Right Now, In This Moment

    Do you know any moms with a boatload of free time on their hands? Neither do I. Give a mom a free afternoon, and she’ll find a way to fill it with laundry or mopping, doctor’s appointments or Spring cleaning, filing, organizing and groc...

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  • TV Mom Tuesday: Lucy Has A Baby

    Everybody’s favorite redhead takes the spotlight for this week’s TV Mom Tuesday! In this classic I Love Lucy clip, the gang practices getting ready to take Lucy to the hospital to have her baby. But when the time actually comes,...

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  • Teens/Tweens

    Not-Quite-Tween Books

    When my Mother died almost three years ago, along with my world turning inside out, I somehow developed an appetite for young adult literature. I am sure I wanted something comforting and captivating. I revisited old favorites and found new...Read More
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  • Independence Day

    Adorable baby Yerin put up with her dad’s games for a little while, but eventually she had to put a stop to the madness. We can’t blame her though—something had to be done. Otherwise she would never be able to get through that...

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