Three Hundred Sixty-five After-school Activities

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Adams Media Corporation, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 382 pages
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Replace TV watching with activities that are quiet and active, indoor and outdoor, artsy and athletic, solo and with friends, with or without parental involvement--in short, something for every child, every mood, every situation, every day.

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Cynthia has over 100 books to her credit, many of them for parents or kids, many of which help with difficult situations. These include The Divorce Helpbook for Teens, The Divorce Helpbook for Kids, After Your Divorce, Why Do We Need Another Baby?, Why Do People Die?, Why Do We Have to Move?, The Abduction Prevention Library (six books), and Jigsaw Puzzle Family, all in print, and such e-books as Solo Parenting and "Step" This Way. About a dozen of her one-act plays have been produced by a community theatre group near her home in South Florida. For nearly two years she produced and hosted the TV show SOLO PARENTING over WHDT in South Florida. The show is currently on hiatus but may return some time in the future. Among her hobbies are reading, writing just for fun, and cooking. A practitioner of wordplay, she was named "Punster of the Year" a few years back by the International Save the Pun Foundation. (Yes, there really is such a group.) Cynthia loves her life and insists "There is no one in the world I'd want to trade lives with." She is available for freelance editing and writing assignments including ghostwriting books and crafting business materials, wedding ceremonies, and "just about anything else you need written or edited.

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