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Re-birth of A Spark Of Hope

11/14/2019 12:00 AM

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A SPARK OF HOPE is a joint effort by Facebook Groups How to Write for Success, Motivational Strips, and other affiliated groups. All the forums have as their mission SUICIDE PREVENTION. The project was initiated by a very caring author and Administrator of How to Write for Success, Narendra Rajkumar from Trinidad and Tobago. Authors Destinyy Lightt Speakss of India, Sabrina Young from the USA, and Poetess Farhana Sait of India were willing and ready to assist Narendra in making his idea a reality to produce this Anthology. When they approached me to use the Group How to Write for Success, which I founded, to attract writers to contribute poems for this venture I readily agreed. We obtained the blessings of Shiju H. Pallithazheth, the Founder of Motivational Strips and Chancellor of Motivational Strips Academy of Literary Excellence and Wisdom., and he took the time to...
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Trinidadian Brenda Mohammed is a renowned, multi-genre, award-winning author and poet who has written twenty-four books to date.

Yvette's Epic Book Launch

11/13/2019 11:15 PM

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Yvette Phillips hosted her Book Launch on Saturday 12/1/18, and what an amazing event that was. I thought that this would be a great opportunity to interview the newly published author and get my copy of her signed book. This was not the traditional book launch that I expected. Upon arrival guests were encouraged to sign on Yvette’s poster which would later be her souvenir in remembrance of her Epic Book Launch Party. The Event was well organized by Yvette’s Business Coach, Shaneika Burchell-Kerr. The room was beautifully decorated by her close friends Doreen and Auntie Peaches.  The ambiance was calm, welcoming and peaceful. Andrea Groves prayed an amazing opening prayer of blessing for Yvette and all hearts were warmed.  We waited anxiously to see what the agenda would bring. There were word scramble games for the adults to engage in, and drawing and coloring activities for the kids. All the game...
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Yvette's Epic Book Launch "The Tale of Princess Alicia"

 
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Waiting for a special event is hard for everyone. Kids are ready for it to happen immediately and parents are thinking of all that needs to be done in preparation. There has to be a way to have some fun during the waiting time. The Latin translation of anticipation is ‘to look forward’. Here are some ideas to help children with all different types of abilities look forward to life events. Link: https://redcloverreader.com/au/pamela.rice Growing a garden is a perfect way to teach children the fun of anticipation. There’s work involved, but still it’s pretty exciting to see a sprout for the first time. Pamela C. Rice’s book, I Grew Grandma's Tomatoes, shares a nice story about anticipation. Link: https://redcloverreader.com/au/callie.metler-smith In the book, Ben's West Texas Snow, by Callie Metler-Smith, Ben learns a lot from his Pop while he’s waiting to see what west Texas snow looks like. This story is a great example of tasks that have to be completed before something special happens. ...
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Jo Meserve Mach

Jo spent 36 years working as an Occupational Therapist. As an author, she is very passionate about sharing the stories of children with special needs.

 
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Click below to play video Lieve Snellings is the author of three award winning children's books. She is a professional photographer who, outside of her children’s book series, focuses mostly on documentary and journalistic photography. Though she calls Belgium home, Lieve has spent almost half of each of the past 11 years in Québec. Her time in Canada led to a new passion: photographing North American backyard wildlife. Lieve has spent countless hours watching and photographing the little (and not so little) creatures that visit her Canadian backyard and nearby parks. Lieve searches out all the information she can find on these amazing creatures to create realistic portrayals of their lives and humorous antics. Lieve weaves tales of friendship, diversity and even ice hockey with nature photography to create engagingly unique and fun animal tales starring Margot the Groundhog and her North American Squirrel family. Published books: Groundhog Secrets (English, French, Dutch), Margot gets an unexpected visit (English, French, Dutch), Time for Margot to Go to Bed (English, French, Dutch) ...
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Armand Dagbegnon Tossou

Armand and Melanie are happy life and business partners. They have three wonderful kids. They are both very passionate about self-improvement.

 
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Have you ever closed your eyes and tried unsuccessfully to understand what someone is saying to you? I have that problem. I’m a visual learner and it helps me to see who is talking to me. Others close their eyes, absorb what they hear and love all they are learning. Another group likes to be moving around when they learn. They need to ‘feel’ the new information. They are kinetic learners. We all have our way of learning and learning to read. Link: https://redcloverreader.com/au/Rianna.Facey Rianna Facey’s book, I Have Big Dreams: Rianna dreams of competing in the olympics, is bubbling over with action. A young reader could do a somersault and then practice reading about Rianna’s somersaults. Page by page Rianna shows how she is working on her dream. Her story would be a wonderful way to learn to read while moving. Tips for helping kinetic learners how to read. Link: https://redcloverreader.com/au/Keith.Fechtman Malina'...
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Jo spent 36 years working as an Occupational Therapist. As an author, she is very passionate about sharing the stories of children with special needs.


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