#MTBookChat: The Fab Mom’s Guide by Jill Simonian

Mar
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Jill Simonian

TWITTER BOOK CHAT Tuesday, March 21st 1PM ET/10AM PT Hashtags: #MTBookChat #FABMomGuide Hosts: @momtrends @jillsimonian @JenniferVido It’s time again for our monthly Momtrends Virtual Book Chat. On Tuesday, March 21st at 1 pm ET / 10 am PT, we will be talking with Jill Simonian, parenting and lifestyle expert and the founder … Continue reading

Board Books for Kids: Spring into Reading

Mar
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Spring

Spring into Reading Despite the recent snow storm on the east coast, Spring is actually just around the corner. Sunshine and warm weather will be here soon, as will Easter. Perfect time for reading with the kids! Board books are our personal favorite for early readers. They are easy to … Continue reading

Celebrate Dr. Seuss in Style

Mar
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We’re big readers in our home. The kids love to curl up with a book together on the couch and “read” to each other; and bedtime wouldn’t be complete without the nightly begging and pleading for just “one more story, Mommy. Pleeeeease!” I love how at only two and four … Continue reading

Skinnytaste Fast and Slow by Gina Homolka

Feb
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Skinnytaste Fast and Slow by Gina Homolka with Heather K. Jones, R.D. is now available wherever books are sold! Check out this exclusive interview about prepping healthy meals for your family.   What are your secrets for cooking Skinnytaste Fast and Slow healthy meals for families in a slow cooker? … Continue reading

On Second Thought: A Novel by Kristan Higgins

Jan
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On Second Thought: A Novel is now available wherever books are sold! Check out our exclusive interview with New York Times bestselling author Kristan Higgins. What inspired you to write a novel focusing on the complex relationship between sisters? Sisters can be our best friends, worst enemies, fiercest competitors…. I … Continue reading

Sisters One, Two, Three: A Novel by Nancy Star

Jan
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What inspired you to write Sisters One, Two, Three, a novel centering on the complex relationship between three sisters? I’m fascinated by what goes on in families, in general, but you hit it on the head: I think sister relationships are often complex. Maybe it’s because sisters know each other … Continue reading