The completely revised 3rd edition of Free Stuff & Good Deals for Folks over 50 features goods and services that are either absolutely free or are such a fantastic deal, they won't want to pass them up! And best of all, author and professional bargain hunter Linda Bowman shows them how to obtain their free gifts and incredible bargains quickly and easily. This fact-filled guide is packed with information on where to find: - Free Entertainment - Incredible Travel Bargains - Free Health Care Information - Prescription Medicine Discounts - Free Financial, Investment and Tax Advice - Free Educational Opportunities - Sports, Fitness and Exercise Bargains - Free Magazines, Newsletters, Catalogs and Books - Free Medicare and Insurance Information - Organizations and Associations for Folks over 50 . . . and much more!
Piggy Bank to Credit Card : Teach Your Child the Financial Facts of Life ( 1994 ... Free Stuff & Good Deals for Your Kids ( 2002 , Santa Monica Press ) ...
Author: Woman's Day
Publisher: Filipacchi Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
"Getting financially fit can be a daunting task for anyone. But no matter what your money picture or your level of financial know-how, this book offers a practical, hands-on approach to making the most of your hard-earned money. The editors of Woman's Day have compiled thousands of smart and simple tips, savvy strategies and insights on how to avoid common mistakes and make the smartest money moves. We can help you get out of debt and start saving; boost your savings and get the most from your earnings; effortlessly decrease your mortgage, build wealth and increase your nest egg"--P.  of cover.
... encompassing the areas of pregnancy and child care , parenting , health , the ... The Aliens Have Landed ! by Kenn Nesbitt ; Free Stuff for Kids 2002 by ...
Author: Jeff Herman
Publisher: Prima Lifestyles
A comprehensive directory for aspiring writers lists names, addresses, phone and fax numbers, e-mail addresses, and Web sites for hundreds of North American publishing figures and companies, along with helpful advice on the writing and publishing process. Original. 10,000 first printing.
Free Stuff & Good Deals for Your Kids. Santa Monica Press, 2002. This comprehensive guide includes websites and mailing addresses. Brown, Marc.
Author: Sue Johnson
Category: Family & Relationships
Incorporating advice from more than 350 families nationwide, this guide offers specific tips for bonding with grandchildren, from babies to teens. Along with a completely revised resource section, this fifth edition features expanded sections on Skyping, texting, and social networking - Facebook, Flickr, MySpace, Twitter, and YouTube. Among the guides hints are more than 225 easy, low-cost, do-together, and long-distance activities such as ideas for successful visits, holidays, and family traditions. While primarily intended for use by grandparents, this sourcebooks strategies and suggestions can also help daycare providers, separated parents, extended family members, and teachers grow closer to the children in their lives.
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Author: Diane Ravitch
Publisher: JHU Press
The author draws on thirty years of research to paint a startling portrait of entertainment violence and its target audience, children, gauging the dangers of "tox pop" on the nationÆs youth. (Social Science)
Cassier, M. (2002), 'Private Property, Collective Property and Public Property ... 'Cover Concepts – Free Stuff for Kids', <http://www. coverconcepts.com/>, ...
Author: Alison Blay-Palmer
The industrial food system of the West is increasingly perceived as problematic. The physical, social and intellectual distance between consumers and their food stems from a food system that privileges quantity and efficiency over quality, with an underlying assumption that food is a commodity, rather than a source of nourishment and pleasure. In the wake of various food and health scares, there is a growing demand from consumers to change the food they eat, which in turn acts as a catalyst for the industry to adapt and for alternative systems to evolve. Drawing on a wealth of empirical research into mainstream and alternative North American food systems, this book discusses how sustainable, grass roots, local food systems offer a template for meaningful individual activism as a way to bring about change from the bottom up, while at the same time creating pressure for policy changes at all levels of government. This movement signals a shift away from market economy principles and reflects a desire to embody social and ecological values as the foundation for future growth.