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Today we will be joined by childrens author J.L.Kimmel. She wrote the amazing The Magic Gown as well as The Shimmering Forest, The Seventh Door, Polar Bear in the Pines, The Magic Cup and the best selling award winner from 2012 The Yawning Rabbit River Chronicle. She offers workshops teach children about nature and poetry. She just finished a mid-Atlantic state tour of libraries last fall. Her workshops are called The Art of Storytelling. I cannot wait, this should be amazing.
Remember the yellow pages? That's how we used to find people to collaborate with. Now we go to networking events known as meetings. Two new groups have filled a necessary hole in dentistry and medicine.
The Academy of Physiological Medicine and Dentistry
Academy of Applied Myofunctional Sciences
Listen in as I bring you up to date on how and why sleep is the hottest thing going. Why suddenly are things so focused on sleep and why is there an epidemic of sleep apnea? Soft food, removing teeth for orthdontic reasons and allergies are contributing to smaller faces.
Host: Shirley Gutkowski
Producer: Shirley Gutkowski
PODCAST: PET PSYCHIC RADIO (7-Aug-2014)
@ 02:02 - Ai & aussiedoodle Fenway, Mohawk haircut and boot cut.
@ 04:29 - Laura's friend Tina & Aloha Dog Grooming & her animals.
@ 08:05 - Rachel & cat Endymion (Little Tux), want release or a home?
@ 14:55 - Pomeranian Poodle Bunny*, why dogs barked when she passed?
@ 21:32 - Lorri & llama Faye, her thoughts on having a baby? - hilarious
@ 30:35 - Laura & black/tan Dachshund Ollie, barking when nervous.
@ 45:01 - Mischa & Scottish Fold cat Mister, how help him to relax?
@ 52:01 - Brenda's pug Otis*, passed 28-Dec-2013, is he okay?
@ 55:36 - Stormy's WoW: "Spirits come and talk to you in many ways."
Calming signals: blinking, licking lips, yawning, sniffing ground, looking and looking away, sitting down, lying down, turning away, shaking, holding up a paw, approaching in an arc. More: www.thepetpsychic.com/services/animal-communication/
Laura Stinchfield - Animal Communicator with show producer Ai Kusuhara will interview interesting animals and their people.
Laura will also open up the lines for listeners to call in to ask questions to their animals.
Be prepared to be enlightened, amazed, to laugh and maybe cry as you are opened up to the inner lives, thoughts, and feelings of the world's animals.
Laura Stinchfields official website is http://www.ThePetPsychic.com
The Yawning Rabbit River Chronicle by J. L. Kimmel & David Ceccarelli
This magnificent, three-part tale opens in a once-idyllic forest where the creatures fear for their survival amid a drought so long-standing that none recall ever seeing a river and the dangers of hungry hunters. So desperate are they that a lightning-fast jackrabbit thief undertakes a quest to find the mythological river goddess, Violet, and race her for the river. As he departs, the forest librarian owl reads Violet s story aloud from a very special book. Part two occurs many years later on the estate of absurdly conspicuous consumers, Mr. and Mrs. Miller, the latter of whom hates rain and nature sounds. Their children are twins purchased at a bargain price the loud, aggressive Ash, deemed boyish by parents who discount the sensitive, thoughtful Dusty. A mishap with the past makes Ash evil and infects the Miller house with soul crawlers, parasites of hate that thrived where evil lurked. Twenty years later, in the adjoining township, part three brings thirteen-year-old Nub Begley, a farmer boy, and female classmate Nil Turner. This story will make life-long readers of youth not previously committed to reading.
Doting adults will do well to gift copies to beloved youth. Adults who take the time to explore these pages will be reminded of the important titles of their youth, the ones that originally hooked them on reading.
For more information visit: www.TheYawningRabbitRiverChronicle.com
To purchase from Amazon.com click here: The Yawning Rabbit River Chronicle
Memorial Day: Soldiers Protecting Our Country & Protecting Our Families
It doesn't Matter How Small or Large,They Leave No One Behind! Family is One!
Best Friend, Now that we know YOU, What do YOU DO?
Join us for a Celebration in recognizing Soldiers that will do anything to make Us & their Buddies SAFE :)
Parents, Families and Friends start in Creating and Building moral character in children, so that they are responsible caring people using life lessons in teaching; Humility, Respect, Honesty, Courage and Generosity.
Call Us to Tell Us about your Parent, Relative or Friend in the service
(914)338-0695. Contact & Show Support Military Families: www.bluestarfam.org
Join Aunt Jewel Bedtime Stories on Sunday evening at 7:30 (EST) to get the Kids to bed Early. They & We need our Rest :)
Listen to Stories and Songs for You the audience. Tune In Children, Moms, Dads, Nana, Poppi and others, You will either be Singing or Sleeping. Are you SLEEPY Yet?
Call in (914)338-0695 and be a part of the Aunt Jewel Bedtime Story Show. We want to hear from YOU , Before you go to Sleep & Dream :) www.bluestarfam.org
Military Protects Our DREAM!
"Droopy Eyes & Yawning Mouth"
The Yawning Robbit River was returned to the forest by an act of love and sacrifice, where it flowed and nourished the inhabitants for many years. But now old enemies and old ghosts rise again to threaten its existance. In The Yawning Robbit River Chronicle, award-winning author J. L. Kimmel and illustrator David Ceccarelli, create an enchanting world of extaurdinary creatures, where magic and adventure meet.
J.L. Kimmel, RN MTS, is a writer, artist, therapist, and teacher. She is the author and artist of the award-winnig children's book The Magic Gown. She creates enchanted worlds combined with realism from her love for nature. She lives in Locust, New Jersey.
Her website is: http://jlkimmel.com/
Children's Corner - The Art of Storytelling and Illustration, for children 8-14 .
The workshop is free (because J. L. Kimmel feels that all children should have access to the world literature and access to workshops that generally cost money that their parents cannot afford.)
There will be a prize awarded to the lucky winner of the illustration/story contest of a 50.00 gift certificate, a signed print from The Yawning Rabbit River Chronicle and a signed copy of TYRRC at each location.
Philadelphia Public Library; September 28, 2013; 2:00 PM; Parkway Central Library; 1901 Vine Street; Philadelphia, PA 19103
Catonsville Public Library; September 29th, 2013; 2:00pm; 1100 Frederick Road; Catonsville, Maryland 21228-5092
Owings Mills Public Library; September 30th; 7:00pm; County Campus Metro Centre at Owings Mills; 10302 Grand Central Avenue; Owings Mills, Maryland 21117
Rosedale Public Library; September 30th; 4:00pm; 6105 Kenwood Avenue; Rosedale, Maryland 21237-2097
Jefferson Madison Regional Library; October 2nd; 4:00pm; Gordon Avenue Library; 1500 Gordon Avenue; Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Richmond Public Library; October 5th; 2:00pm; 101 E. Franklin Street; Richmond, VA 23219
Barnes & Noble, Barracks Rd. shopping Center; October 5th 10:30 am; Charlottesville VA
For more information visit: www.tyrrc.com
In this episode Susan shares her excitement for the craft of writing and talks about some of the zany situations she puts her characters in and then how she has to get them out again! It’s important to step out of the range of what makes a predictable story to surprise your reader and keep them guessing. Never leave your reader yawning or thinking, “thought so” again!
Dr Christina Chambreau, DVM will be with us this week. Let's talk about the meaning of animals yawning. Do you think they are tired? Are they bored? Are they speaking to you while waiting for a meal?
Visit Homeopathy World Community HWC founder, Debby Bruck loves to share what she learns from studying Masters of Homeopathy, the sciences and current events dealing with the environment, agriculture, medicine and health in general.
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Special guest this week is Laurie Jordan, author of "Yawning Yoga: a goodnight book for a good night's sleep" - the #1 kid-tested parent-approved sleep solution! Call in, join in the fun, and learn how Yawning Yoga can change your (and your child's) life! http://yawningyoga.com
This week, IBM released its 2012 Tech Trends Report Survey, along with the alarming finding that only 1 in 10 organizations currently possess the skills needed to effectively apply advanced technologies, including business analytics, mobile computing, cloud computing and social business, all of which are experiencing high demand growth and are poised to propel more intelligent business models. And there's also an emerging demand for an information security workforce, expected to double by 2015. According to those surveyed, security is one of the top two barriers to adopting such business critical technologies.
In response to the growing technical skill gap, and to help professionals and students learn more about cyber security best practices, IBM rolled out out the largest expansion of its Academic Initiative to date earlier this week.
For the first time, IBM will offer access to pre-packaged curriculum and training resources on IT security, helping students understand enterprise challenges, do in-depth analysis of trends uncovered in the IBM X-Force report, and gain market-ready cyber security skills. This includes no-charge access to security software, enabling students o test applications for bugs and servers for vulnerabilities on the latest software – all from the classroom. And now professors and students can prepare for real-world computing challenges in enterprise IT via remote access to the newest, highly secure zEnterprise mainframe. The ability to bring the latest enterprise technology such as these directly into the classroom is critical in helping to shrink the skills gap.
Daniel Hauenstein, a global lead on IBM's skills programs, will discuss how these new initiatives in cyber security and other advanced technologies will help to solve this global skills epidemic.
Partner Program: http://ow.ly/fYQG1
Everyone likes to hear stories. Stories connects us all, adults and children alike. We are wired to enjoy stories. Whenever you hear someone give a talk, you'll always find the speaker tell you several stories. If not, I bet you'll find yourself bored and yawning.
The best stories captivate their audience and can place the listener in a state of psychological "narrative transport". If you have message to tell people, it's always best to tell people a memorable story. Just check out the world of advertising. They are just inundated with stories! Our news today is full of stories!
Every heard the term "mnemonic device?" That's a way to remember things using acronyms and sometimes stories to go with the acronyms.
So please join us Tuesday, April 23rd, at 8pm to tell stories or mnemonic devices that made us remember things or have captivated us as children or even as adults. We'll also share some studies we've found how effectively storytelling has been used to make our message stick.
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