Top Authors - Motherhood

1. Jessica Chamberlain
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One Stop Shop For Kids

Owner of www.onestopshopforkids.com Everything you need for babies, kids, parenting and pregnancy from bedding, clothing, gear, gifts, toys and more.

 

Author of Bright and White Brushing Your Teeth Can Be Fun and A Humorous Guide to Being a First Time Mom. Both available on One Stop Shop for Kids and Amazon.

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2. Kate Cooper
Writer
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3. Leah Fairman
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4. Annie Fox, M.Ed.
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Helping parents raise healthy tweens/teens

When Annie Fox's first book People Are Like Lollipops (1971, Holiday House) was published, she wasn't old enough to legally sign the contract! By the time she turned 21, though, she decided that helping kids was going to be her life's work. After graduating from Cornell University with a degree in Human Development and Family Studies then completing her Master’s in Education from the State University of New York at Cortland, Annie set off on a teaching career. After a few years in the classroom, computers changed her life as she began to explore ways in which technology could be used to empower kids.

In 1977, Annie and her husband David opened Marin Computer Center, the world's first public access microcomputer facility. Her work there led her to write her best selling book, Armchair BASIC: An Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microcomputers and Programming in BASIC (1983, Osborn/McGraw-Hill). After a detour into the world of screen writing, Annie returned to computers as an award-winning writer/designer of children's CD ROMs. (Putt-PuttMadelineGet Ready for School, Charlie Brown; and Mr. Potato Head Saves Veggie Valley are just a few of the titles on which she has worked.)

In 1996 Annie dreamed up the idea for The InSite, a place "for teens and young adults to turn their world around." For 3 years she served as creator, designer, writer, and executive producer of that award-winning site. One of The InSite’s most popular features was Hey Terra, a Cyberspace Dear Abby. Her book The Teen Survival Guide to Dating & Relating: Real World Advice About Guys, Girls, Growing Up And Getting Along (Previously titled Can You Relate?, 2000, Free Spirit Publishing) is based on hundreds of emails to Terra and Annie’s responses to them.

''Middle School Confidential, Book 3: What's Up with My Family?'' by Annie Fox, Illustrated by Matt KindtToo Stressed to Think? A Teen Guide to Staying Sane When Life Makes You CRAZY, co-authored with Ruth Kirschner, was published in October 2005 by Free Spirit Publishing. Annie’s new series Middle School Confidential™ includes Book 1: Be Confident in Who You Are (2008), Book 2: Real Friends vs. the Other Kind (2009) and Book 3: What’s Up With My Family? (January 2010).

Through her public events for kids, tweens, teens, parents, and educators, Annie continues working toward her goal of empowering young people through increased self-awareness, emotional intelligence skills and stress-reduction strategies.

When not answering teen email, Annie enjoys yoga, meditation, baking, gardening, photography, hiking, traveling, and, most of all, being with David and the rest of the family.

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5. julia russo
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6. Margarita N
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Hey there TCRB users,

My name is Margarita, I'm 20 years old. I'm a writer most of my time and when I'm not writing I like to focus on my reading.

I study Marketing as a major taking creative writing classes as well.

I'm here to get sincere and constructive feedback on my work. Not being a native English speaker I'm aware of my structural flaws; but I bet that you'll find that the style of my writings will compensate for the previous issue.

I write about family, relationships, dieting, sometimes I give feedback on products. I may also post some chapters of my book. Oh, yeah I'm currently working on a novel. I've posted it on Harper Collins' authonomy.com and it's doing well so far.

I like to conclude with a qoute from Neil Gaymen:"One day I'll grow up and get a real job but until then I'll keep making things up and writing them down".

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7. Jimmy Media
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