By Dana Alma | November 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
Note to Parents: Pumkinheads has a wonderful interactive site for your little ones to explore, visit and enjoy.
Ages: 2 – 5 Years
Publisher: Nina Charles LLC.
Pub Date: May 13, 2013
This Title and Giveaway was made possible by Pumpkinheads.com
Author:Dana AlmaDana Alma, a contributing book reviewer for Living Green with Baby, is a reading advocate. Her book choices focus on children's books that nurture mental and emotional growth. She's a mother of 4, who has passed on her love of literature to her children. She enjoys volunteering at schools and local libraries to share stories with children. In addition she's the editor at Readaholics Anonymous, since 2010. This avid reader and book enthusiast is a strong supporter of authors she believes in and takes that same passion outside of cyberspace to share with special groups, libraries, and just about anywhere books are mentioned. She is also publishing market junkie and an active media consultant, specializing in book promotion, advertising, and other online projects.
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