All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘children’

A Crash Course in Submitting a Children’s Book Manuscript

While the submission process may feel like second nature to experienced writers, it’s easy to forget that newcomers aren’t aware of the specific procedures. And since everyone can benefit from a refresher course now and then, here’s a rundown of the steps:

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Working at Home & Keeping the Children Occupied….How?

WAHM is the abbreviation for Work At Home Mom, but they are more than just 4 little letters. They represent a new career title, and for those of us who are work at home moms or dads (WAHD), we love the fact that we are recognized for being both entrepreneurs and parents.

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The Benefits of Employing Your Children

How many times a week do you hear, “Mom, I need a new pair of shoes!” or “Dad, can I have money to go to a movie?” Not to mention the cost of school supplies, braces, and college tuition that haunt every parent. If you’re like the average parent, you probably spend several thousand dollars a year providing for all the needs and wants of your children. But unlike most Americans, if you are a home-based business owner, you can make those thousands work for you.

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Create Digital Children’s Books

They say, if you can’t figure out how to do something with your computer, ask a teenager. While computers intimidate adults, they seem to pique the curiosity of children. This computer curiosity starts at a very young age.

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