storia app
in Geek Life, Reviews

Scholastic Introduces New FREE Ebook Reader App Storia

Our kids are always on our tablets playing games while we would like them to be doing something like reading, right? Scholastic has created an e-book reader for kids called, Storia. Scholastic has the books that we all know and love and as parents, we trust. I’ll never forget getting that Scholastic Book Club order form in grade school. I loved ordering new books. I love that now we can order those books we love…

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momagenda school years
in DigiScrappin Life, Reviews

momAgenda School Years Scrapbook #momAgendaCOMM

As a scrapbooker, I love the idea of preserving my kids’ school years, but I don’t always have the time to create them. I don’t want my lack of time to mean my kids won’t have those school years documented. momAgenda offers an easy solution to preserving your child’s school years, the School Years line. You can get the School Years book personalized with your child’s name. The inside of the book is filled with…

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Tunddra Endeavour
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Toyota Tundra Towing the Space Shuttle Endeavour

Toyota will become part of the Space Shuttle Endeavour‘s history. How? Glad you asked. The Tundra Endeavour On October 13, the Tundra will tow the 300,000 pound (150 ton) historic space shuttle on its final journey to the California Science Center, near downtown LA, where the shuttle will go on permanent display. You can follow the journey and take part in the Tweet Drive to raise money for the Endeavour’s new home. The Tundra Endeavour…

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Mother Daughter book club scholastic
in Family Life, Reviews

Mother Daughter Book Club Summer Books Collection

Summer is the best time to catch up on books that we all enjoy reading. I urge my kids to read books they want to read because they often spend the school year reading books they have to read. My daughter is 13 and I love finding books or series that we both can enjoy. It gives us something to share and keeps me up-to-date with what her interests are. Scholastic has a Mother-Daughter Book Club…

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