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September 23, 2017

Diversity & Society: Children & Youth

DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative’s Arts and Humanities for Every Student Program to Benefit from Whole Foods Market District of Columbia Store Sales

Washington, DC, September 17, 2017 –(PR.com)– In efforts to help the DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative expand its reach to underserved DC students, this Wednesday, September 20th, Whole Foods Market will donate 5 percent of DC stores sales to benefit Arts and Humanities Education opportunities for DC public and public charter school students. DC

New Children’s Book About Boogers Poised to Reduce Germs, Save Desks and Sleeves

St. Louis, MO, September 13, 2017 –(PR.com)– Kids put boogers everywhere. It’s disgusting. Author Baker Andrews and Illustrator Sean Long tackle this sticky topic in the new children’s book "Where A Booger Goes." With catchy rhymes and beautiful, colorful, hilarious illustrations, Andrews’ book aims to educate and delight with equal parts laughter and gross-outs. “When

Kickstarter Campaign – The Velveteen Rabbit – A New Adaptation for Today’s Kids

Raleigh, NC, September 09, 2017 –(PR.com)– "The Velveteen Rabbit – a New Adaptation for TODAY’s Kids” is a crowdfunding campaign that launches today on Kickstarter for Leviathan, LLC, a new independent children’s book publishing company based in Raleigh, NC. According to the campaign's Kickstarter page, the adaptation features engaging new text, vibrant drawings, and a

Family Court Frustration Leads to Billboard in New Orleans

San Luis Obispo, CA, August 24, 2017 –(PR.com)– This week, a mother in New Orleans took matters into her own hands in an effort to educate Family Court Judges on Cluster B personality disorders (antisocial, narcissistic and borderline personality). The mother who wishes to remain anonymous, hopes to capture the attention of local judges in

Challenges of Teens Growing Up Poor and Isolated Abound in “Cinderella Shoots the Moon”

Charlton, MA, August 21, 2017 –(PR.com)– Bullying, peer pressure, parent trouble and classroom rivalries are among the problems students face as another school year begins. These issues are tackled in a new indie novel, “Cinderella Shoots the Moon,” by Arlie Corday of Charlton, Mass., who spent her childhood on a farm in upstate New York.

eLuma Announces Exclusive Back-to-School Pilot Program for Schools Across the Country; Try Online Speech Therapy Before You Buy

Lehi, UT, August 21, 2017 –(PR.com)– Back-To-School Pilot Program With budget cuts, turnover and staffing shortages, special education departments all over the country are scrambling to provide critical services. eLuma Online Therapy hopes to not only help schools answer these challenges, but to also improve student outcomes. As a part of this, eLuma has announced

Are Screens Disconnecting Your Family? Families Managing Media Brings Nationally Acclaimed Expert to Help Area Parents

Charlotte, NC, August 09, 2017 –(PR.com)– We see it everywhere: at parks, restaurants, and in our homes and cars – kids connected to handheld devices and disconnected from the world around them. According to recent research, the average 13-year-old spends over 8 hours a day, seven days a week on a screen. This has reduced

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