Avengers Assemble In Age of Ultron {Review}

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The calendar may indicate that summer has yet to arrive but today marks the first day of the summer box office season with the hotly anticipated second installment of the Avengers. Is it better than the first film released three years ago? How does it rank among the other Marvel films that focus on the […]

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New Purex PowerShot Makes It Easy for Kids to Help with the Laundry! {Video}

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Our kids have been helping with the laundry since they were about two years old. From helping to load or unload the dryer to folding and putting away some of their clothes, they’ve both been part of the laundry process for a while. Now that my oldest is nine, she is able to help even […]

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Celebrating Latin Heritage With SeaWorld’s Viva La Musica

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Music and food represent cultural traditions in a way that can’t be surpassed by anything else. All it takes is a couple of notes from a song or the right aroma to evoke a certain memory of your past that brings about a smile to your face. SeaWorld’s Viva La Música offers those with Latin […]

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3 Affordable Electronic Gift Ideas for Kids Who Love Music (Under $50) {Video}

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These days, the kids are appreciating music more and more. Baby boy, especially, is very musical and enjoys the two music days he has at preschool, which combine history with music theory. It’s great to hear him coming home talking up the different genres and music icons he’s learned about, including Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, […]

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Living in 2 Culturas, A Bicultural Story by René Colato Laínez

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For the 3rd year in a row, Latinas for Latino Lit (L4LL) is hosting their Día Blog Hop in honor of Día de los Niños, Día de los Libros (Children’s Day/Book Day)! This year, the blog hop has paired up 12 Latino authors and illustrators with 12 Latina bloggers to promote Latino children’s literacy. The event kicked off yesterday, […]

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