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Dr. Chiufang Hwang Chronicles Immersion into 60s Southern Black Culture in Finding Janine

January 4, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Arts-Entertainment

1888PressRelease – Autobiographer celebrates diversity in her firsthand account of the immigrant experience. DALLAS – Dr. Chiufang Hwang and her family immigrated to the United States from Taiwan when she was a toddler, where she grew up as the only Asian kid on her block in the largely black and segregated city of Columbia, South …

New Opportunity for Children to Become Bilingual

October 31, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Arts-Entertainment

(1888 PressRelease) Bonjour! Let’s Learn French published October 31, 2017 offers children a fun and easy start learning French. Free downloadable audio at website, along with lots of great resources. A great chance for parents/caretakers to review or learn some French and share an activity with their kids. Makes a great gift for the holidays …

Plymouth Business Owner & Children’s Book Creator Mary Shields Releases Barnicle & Husk: The Adventure Begins

October 6, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Arts-Entertainment

1888PressRelease – The illustrated children’s book transports readers to life in 1620 through the eyes of its whimsical characters. PLYMOUTH, Mass. –When Barnicle, a crafty cat, boards the Mayflower as a stowaway, he makes a friend out of a mouse named Agnes instead of making a meal out of her. As their journey to the …

Shocking conspiracy revealed in Mark Hudson’s latest novel AN EMERALD ABYSS

September 14, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Arts-Entertainment

1888 PressRelease – Veterans are committing suicides at a frightening rate, many are not getting the care they need and now some have gone missing from the Washington DC area. A thrilling conspiracy novel guaranteed to keep you turning the pages. Phoenix-Mesa, AZ – One Flyer Publishing is pleased to announce the release of author …

Former MA Legislator Kathleen Teahan Dishes on a Classic Treat in Her New Book, The Cookie Loved ‘Round the World

August 25, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Arts-Entertainment

1888 Press Release – Whitman, Mass.-based book tells the real story of how the chocolate chip cookie became a beloved icon during the Great Depression. Whitman, Mass. – A few simple ingredients were all it took to create the chocolate chip cookie, the quintessential American treat that not only took hold of the citizens of …

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