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Friday Mar 18, 2022
Friday Mar 18, 2022
Girls Play Football Too! By Jeria ‘Ace” Arthur In Ace’s words: I am a professional football player. I play in the WFLA, an elite-pro full tackle league coming later this year for the Atlanta Amazons. I grew up wanting to play football my entire life and signed to play pro last year. I am the owner of Ace Athletics, a New Health and Wellness building/gym in Conyers GA that includes a braiding bar, a gym, and offers many other services serving as a one-stop health and wellness shop! I am a mother with two amazing children who are also incredible athletes. I recently wrote a children’s book called “girls play football too,” which highlights a little girl who plays quarterback on a quest with her little brother to prove that girls can also be football players. I wear many hats and often times struggle with time and schedules… having to focus on many things. My daughter is an all American softball pitcher.l, and my son is also an elite athlete. They also have a strenuous athletic schedule with practices and tournaments. It can be very overwhelming with my own football practice while still running a business and being a mother. “There is no limit to what you can achieve” success to me means no boundaries and no limits. Jayah is 11 years old and is in the 5th grade. She is an All American Softball Pitcher. Jayah spends most of her free time playing softball with the aspirations of playing pitcher at LSU (Louisiana state University) one day! her favorite color is blue and she wants to play Softball for team USA one day, along with being a Doctor! Jayce is 7 years old and is in the 2nd grade. He is a star quarterback and spends most of his free time playing sports including travel baseball and basketball. His favorite color is blue and he has hopes to make it the NFL one day, along with becoming a veterinarian! Email: Theaceathletics@gmail.com Instagram: @ace_wfla, @j_ace07, @ace_athletics1 The Paper Doll Kids and “Kids for Love Song” are a production of the Kids 4 Love Project. Get the Book now on Amazon Kindle and the Song on Amazon or iTunes.Learn more here: https://dreamvisions7radio.com/kids-4-love-project-radioshow/
Tuesday Dec 07, 2021
Tuesday Dec 07, 2021
The Case of the Missing Baby Children’s Book by 11-year old Caden Whitlock Joining Caden is his mom Marian, and sister Madison Caden Christian Whitlock lives with his family in Leesburg, Georgia. Caden has brothers, his twin, Cody, who is in Heaven with Jesus, Jonathan Jr., Dondre, and Jordan. He also has a sister, Madison. Caden’s parents are Marian and Jonathan Whitlock. At the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, Marian didn’t know what she would do with all four of her children going to a virtual learning format for the rest of the school year. One morning, she placed a big assignment on the dining room table that read, “Since we are all home, you all will each write a book.” Of course, they all just shook their heads, “seriously, Mom?” But, they all began to write and talk, write and talk. Through all the writing and talking, and whining, each child created their own story. Marian edited their writings and also asked them to draw pictures for each book. Once it was all said and done, she entered each child’s writing into a contest. No prizes were given, but they all felt accomplished having completed a book. Caden came to Marian one day and said, “I want to share my story with everyone. It makes me feel good to know that Cody is in a safe place with Jesus.” Caden had a twin brother, Cody, who passed away during pregnancy, two months before Caden was born. Caden always wanted to know where his brother was and what he was doing. His story is about his journey to find his brother and who he meets along the way. Caden’s book, The Case of the Missing Baby, is the first Whitlock CREW story. The next book is Madison’s book, What Did Jesus Do, is next! Caden C. Whitlock is a motivated, energetic Fifth Grader with a heart of gold. He enjoys school and loves playing and watching soccer. Caden has brothers, his twin, Cody, who lives in Heaven with Jesus, Jonathan Jr., Dondre, and Jordan. He also has a sister, Madison. Madison is writing, “What Does Jesus Do?” Madison loves to ask her Mommy all kinds of questions. She is a fun and lively 9-year-old who loves writing, reading, and drawing unicorns. She also loves to play soccer and basketball with her twin brother, Jordan, and her older brother, Caden. Maddy taught herself how to play the guitar and wants to learn the drums next. She also loves to dance and sing. Caden and Madison’s parents are Marian and Jonathan Whitlock. The family lives in Leesburg Georgia. Their website is http://www.whitlockcrewchildrensbooks.com/ The Paper Doll Kids and “Kids for Love Song” are a production of the Kids 4 Love Project. Get the Book now on Amazon and the Song on Amazon or iTunes. Learn more here: https://dreamvisions7radio.com/kids-4-love-project-radioshow/
Friday Apr 02, 2021
Friday Apr 02, 2021
Singer Songwriter Bella Manchester & Caragan Olles, Co-Founder of Bright Young Dyslexics Bella Manchester is 16 and a junior in high school. She wrote the original song and performed it (both piano and vocals). She wants the song to convey that people are “never alone.” Her song, “I’ll go” https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/bellamanchester/ill-go?fbclid=IwAR0uCIbvVHMgvBUrx93coNASKTMa-HiznagEQbtj5PSjDQmZBl7wTt4hkBI “I’ll go” can be purchased on iTunes, Apple Music and Amazon Music You can also play it from YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qpTks5Bt7A Bella has written many songs; we’ll see what the future holds for this Bright Star Caragan Olles was 10 years old when she and brother Carter started Bright Young Dyslexics a 501c3 non-profit charitable organization. Now 18yrs old and attending University of Miami, Caragan continues her passion in helping kids with dyslexia in the school classrooms. She has a goal to bring her Dyslexia Simulations to every classroom in America Bright Young Dyslexics is a 501c3 non-profit supporting K-12 dyslexic students through funding for tutoring and assistive technology and raising awareness about dyslexia. https://www.brightyoungdyslexics.org/ From struggling with school work to being made fun of for her dyslexia, Caragan had enough and knew that things needed to change. Caragan is an excellent tennis player who also serves up some delicious baked goods Watching Caragan become frustrated with school and endure hours of intensive phonics-based tutoring, Carter knew he had to affect change. Carter is an avid outdoorsman who loves to travel and explore new places 1 in 5 children are dyslexic and are struggling in the classroom, at no fault of their own. Our schools categorically mistreat dyslexic students at astonishing levels, and it is up to us to support our students and make a change What BYD does: Funding: Receiving funding is as simple as filling out a quick application. Funding requests are reviewed by committee 3 times a year - February 1st, June 1st and October 1st.Applications received after a review date will be considered at the next consecutive review date. All committee decisions are final. While we aren't able to grant every funding request, we do our best to set our dyslexic students up to succeed. Two hour immersive experience of how it feels to be dyslexic in the classroom in partnership with the International Dyslexia Association. Understanding dyslexia is a difficult task for someone who doesn't have it. Dyslexia Simulations help friends, family, and teachers understand what their dyslexic students experience in the classroom on a daily basis. All donations are welcome: https://www.brightyoungdyslexics.org/
Friday Jan 15, 2021
Friday Jan 15, 2021
The Llove Llama with Monica Talbot-Kerkes and Sharla Charpentier Featuring Piper 14, Finnian 11, Greer 8 and Noirin 6 Monica and Sharla are cousins and soul sisters who share a passion for writing creative children’s stories, a love for teaching, family, travel, adventure, and all of the world’s amazing creatures −most certainly llamas! Monica Talbot-Kerkes is a mother of two, an English as a Second Language teacher, writer, and poet. She created the original storyline for The Llove Llama and found her imagination and love of rhyme to shine best in children books. Sharla Charpentier is a mother of four, a lawyer, artist, writer, and poet. She created The Llove Llama character, co-authored The Llove Llama, and brought to life The Llove Llama and Friends characters through her character drawings. Monica and Sharla are making their dreams of writing adventurous and educational children’s books come true. Their vision is to inspire, teach, and positively impact children while bringing awareness to world crises. www.thellovellamaandfriends.com The Llove Llama Travels the 7 Continents: A fun and educational children’s book.(Book 1 in The Llove Llama & Friends series) Join The Llove Llama as she explores each of the seven continents looking for her new best friend in her amazing adventure around the world! Learn world geography, navigation, friendship, and much more! The Llove Llama Travels the 7 Continents includes a traceable map of the continents, discussion questions, and animal facts & photos! Each friend that Llove meets on her world adventure has their own story to tell in these follow-up books, and each book teaches children different important lessons about both geography and character strengths. Don’t miss the next books in THE LLOVE LLAMA AND FRIENDS SERIES! Ned the Narwhal voyages the 5 oceans learning lessons along the way. Bob the Sloth finally gets moving and discovers the beauty of South America. Donut the Dingo Dog takes a walk around Australia and explores the Great Outback. Charli the Cheetah races through the vast land of Africa meeting new animals. Ruby the Red Panda discovers the unique wonders of Asia. Peppermint the Penguin teaches the world about Antarctica’s environmental concerns. Brave Feather the Owl flies about Europe experiencing new cultures and people. Whether you’re a parent, teacher, or another adult with small children in your life, you won’t want to miss sharing these books with them!
Friday Jan 24, 2020
Friday Jan 24, 2020
A Special Show with Three of The Paper Doll Kids and Singers of Kids for Love Song. Dreyla Sequeira now 11, talks about Saving the Planet and Climate Change Cara Iafrate, now 9, talks about saving the White Polar Bears Taylen Sequeira now 8, talks about saving Frogs of all kinds Delight your kids with an enchanting journey by reading The Paper Doll Kids Children’s Book by Deborah Beauvais and Janine Sullivan. There’s even a catchy tune “Kids for Love Song” produced by Bob Sherwood and sung by kids just like yours. The story weaves around 7 Paper Dolls flying around the world doing good deeds, as they bring important attention to our endangered animal friends. There’s even a magical ring with a universal message. Kids become interested in service projects, action through compassion and planting seeds that nurture positive change. The Paper Doll Kids and “Kids for Love Song” are a production of the Kids 4 Love Project. Get the Book now on Amazon Kindle and the Song on CD Baby or iTunes.
Saturday Feb 03, 2018
Saturday Feb 03, 2018
Cozys for the Cure with Jordan Phillips & Books N Bros Book Club with Sidney Keys III Co-Host 13yr.old Jordan Phillips Founder of Cozy for the Cure, as seen on NBC "Hi, I’m Jordan! I started making Cozy for the Cure products in 2015 to support my mom during her fight with breast cancer. I was just 11 years old when I started, but since then, I’ve raised more than $12,000 for the Susan G. Komen foundation. I’ve even been featured in a national awareness campaign, but the best part is knowing that I’m helping to fund programs that serve women where I live in Southeastern Ohio. Thanks to your purchase of this hand-made product, SEW are you!" Co-Host CNN Younger Wonder Sidney Keys III, Founder of Books n Bros Book Club 11 year old rising entrepreneur decided to take his love for reading to the next level and create Books N Bros LLC. Reading Club! Having multiple meet ups with different boys, ages 7-13 years old, he is paving the way for change. Books n Bros focuses on the bond of boys who are interested in reading African American literature that encourages Entrepreneurship, Financial Literacy, Technology and more! Sidney started his own book club which he titled Books n Bros Book Club to make reading fun for boys particularly between 8-12 years old but we welcome within the reading level of 4th-6th grade. Boys, especially African American boys statistically stop reading within this age group and we wanted to combat that stereotype and encourage literacy within the young African American community. Sidney loves reading all genres of books like Grumpy Cat to Diary of a Wimpy Kid to books like the featured Danny Dollar: Millionaire Extraordinaire: Lemonade Escapade. We held his first meetup with his new reading friends Saturday, September 10th 2016 at the African American Childrens Bookstore EyeSeeMe. The owners agreed to open their space monthly to allow Sidney to encourage reading in the community. At the first meetup, Sidney had a successful turnout, fun music and even had the idea to host his own lemonade stand in light of the plot of the featured book. During this event not only did he make new friends, but he learned skills of leadership, public speaking and entrepreneurship. After finishing the first book, we hope that all of the readers learn the previous mentioned as well as financial literacy.