Eight-year-old Natalija Bajlo heard and saw things that might just sail over the heads of other kids her age. She wrote a story about being able to be friends with and even marry anyone you want, and not judge them by what they look like, but what is inside. She set the story in the animal kingdom, led by a goose named Burue, whose job it was to administer the rules of the kingdom: Tell the truth, be kind, and share...but he just couldn’t wrap his beak around the last one: A goose shall only marry a goose...especially since he kind of had a thing for a parrot named Kimiko. So KING BURUE CHANGES THE RULES is the story of his journey to find out the reason behind that last rule.
More deaths are caused by texting and driving… ELEVEN TEENS A DAY are dying!
"Our nation is in the midst of a safety crisis when it comes to distracted driving."Drive Alert is the remarkable and potentially lifesaving cell phone app that prevents your child from texting, calling, or browsing on their cell phone when they are in a moving vehicle. Click here to learn more
Imagine hearing the voices and seeing images through a child's eye when it comes to world peace. This is the vision of Carole Sumner Krechman,Chairman of an organization and festival that bring young filmakers to the United Nations,
The Peacemaker Corps Association is a non-profit 501(c)3 charity dedicated to teaching children around the world how to make Peace in the Streets. PCA is a United Nations NGO with ECOSOC status TO learn more follow this link:
.It was worry for her father's health that prompted a young Seattle Sutton to focus on nutrition. A career in nursing cemented hwer concerns for people's health...especially the overweight. She started a small family business which now is coast to coast in serving fresh made meals that are delivered to clients front doors. These nutrition and calorie balanced meals are also made to be delicious so the folks using the plan do not go through the typical yo yo dieting. http://www.seattlesutton.com
An adventure of a life time awaits you with Road Scholar. Can you imagine taking your grandchild to Paris or Istanbul? How about a river cruise following the Mississippi or a tour through America's national parks.Today on GRAND we talk to JoAnn Bell Senior VP of Programs about the impact these grand vacations can have. Road Scholar does intergenerational trips as well as programs for individuals and couples who want to see the world from the inside out! http://www.roadscholar.org
The organization that supports GRAND families! Click to find out more about Generations United