The Biology of Beating Stress offers sound advice

Biology of Beating Stress

By Terri Schlichenmeyer These days, antacids are your most-efficient office assistant. Aspirin is your co-worker. Sodium bicarbonate, your best friend. And stress? It’s your roommate and constant companion. Maybe it’s the up-and-down of the economy that’s made you feel this way. Maybe it’s the uncertainty that accompanies today’s workplace or perhaps it’s a combination of all [...]

Sarah Dillard’s First Day at Zoo School is a big hit

First Day at Zoo School

By Terri Schlichenmeyer This year, you’ll be just like the big kids. Yep, this year, you’re going to school. You’ll have a brand-new backpack filled with paper and crayons. You’ll have a desk where you’ll sit and raise your hand when you want to talk. You might even get to ride the bus. Best of all, [...]

Dozer’s Run is a book your child will jump for!

Dozer's Run

By Terri Schlichenmeyer How much do you like to jump? If you’re like most kids, you’d do it right now if you could. You also like to run and explore which, unfortunately, can get you into trouble sometimes. And that’s not all. Running when you shouldn’t, could get you lost – but in the new [...]

Risking Everything: A Freedom Summer Reader is an excellent book!

Risking Everything

By Terri Schlichenmeyer You stand on the shoulders of giants. You’ve probably heard that all your life and it’s true: a lot of people have come before you to smooth your path. You benefit from their work, efforts, and their struggles – but you probably don’t think about it much. Or maybe you don’t know about [...]

“Getting Waisted” is a nice surprise for those who struggle on the yo-you diet cycle

Getting Waisted

By Terri Schlichenmeyer Up and down. Up and down. When your children were infants, you did it for them all night. You do it now with the remote, clicking through when you’re looking for something good on TV. You’re up and down while cleaning, working, exercising, and weighing yourself – and on that note, if [...]

Is Your Wardrobe Stressing You Out?

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As if there weren’t enough to worry about in day-to-day life, people often find themselves frozen in front of their closets during the morning rush, panicking about what to wear. “I think everyone has that terrible feeling of insecurity from time to time when you just know you have on the wrong outfit – as if it’s [...]

Children’s picture book series seeks to inspire creativity

where is jake

KINGSTON, WA. – “Where Is Jake?” introduces readers to Simon and his puppy, Jake. In this whimsical, rhyming children’s picture book, Jake is missing, and Simon has been searching in all of Jake’s favorite places. After looking everywhere, Simon discovers Jake in the most unlikely place. “The illustrations in the book are wonderful and will help [...]

Kimberla Lawson Roby’s The Prodigal Son is skippable

Prodigal Son

By Terri Schlichenmeyer, Mom always liked you better. Your siblings probably knew it. How could they not? You were her favorite who got the bigger dessert, more hugs, a lax curfew. Surely that proved it. And surely, they thought the same thing because Moms really aren’t supposed to have favorites. And in the new book [...]

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