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A Heart to Mend- Book Review

Why Myne Whitman was # 1 at the top of UK free AMAZON

More than 10,000 copies of the ebook was downloaded in the first week of the promo. The promo continues so find out how to get your copy
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African Movie Ice breaker!!!

VIVA RIVA

Djo Tunda Wa Munga is an emerging force in the cinema world and there seems to be no stopping him! Winner of six African Movie Awards and two MTV movie awards, we are positively thrilled at the chance to interview and congratulate him on his wins. His latest movie, Viva Riva is a gangster thriller about charismatic criminal, Riva.
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A Teacher's Notes: Helping Parents Prepare Their Children at Home for Success in School."

Based on her experience and observations as a classroom teacher, Nicoline writes about the fundamental importance of preparing children at home – emotionally, mentally and physically – to learn and be successful in school. To this end, her book offers strategies that parents could use at home to prepare
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Confessions Of A Modern Mother

Breast Ironing in Britain... Could it really be?

Beneath all the joy, one question kept creeping up in my mind. How had my daughter, at thirteen, grown into a full bodied woman with ripe breasts? BOOBS? How did this happen? Why did no one tell me about this? How do I live with this? What should I do?
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The African Father:

Privately Revered or Completely Uncelebrated?

It is not common place in African culture to celebrate fathers. Mother’s day is a big deal for us but for some reason, by the time June rolls around, many of us seem to have forgotten that we have two parents, making light of the contributions our Fathers make to our lives. Is this a direct consequence of a culture that characterises raising children as women’s work or do we just not care for them, I wonder?
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