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  Mrs. Nguyen's Garden by Dina De Filippis is a children's book based on a true story in the garden.
  Worthy of children of all ages, this beautifully illustrated adventure book will capture the imagination of 
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  Mysteriously Connected by Dina De Filippis is the true story of a young Italian girl's journey from a small
  town in Italy to a bustling American city.  This journey is a fascinating look at how she manages to overcome
  the obstacles of language, culture, and expectation to become a dynamic, independent Italian-American
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​ It's Easy to Go Green

 Choose organic/natural foods and clothing, as well as personal care items, home furnishings, and cleaning products to create and maintain a healthy, green lifestyle for you
 and your family.  If organic/natural items cost a bit more, it is because they're worth the investment in your own health and a healthy planet (soil, water, air).

 The sooner you go organic and natural, the longer you'll enjoy the benefits over time.  It may be great to make the switch overnight, but that might not be possible for everyone.

 Start simply -- choose what works for you and what you feel you can easily afford.  Add new foods and products as they become seasonally available, and look for specials,
 coupons, and rebates online from retailers and manufacturers who want to reward you for your business.  Don't forget to do a bit of comparison shopping from local stores so
 that you get the most bang for your buck.

 And most of all -- relax -- because there are no rules that you absolutely must follow.  This will be a fun adventure for the new, healthy lifestyle that you are creating for
 yourself.  Enjoy a healthier you!

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​ Simple Steps to Go Green

 Go green, shift your consciousness, and take some simple steps to reduce your energy needs from nuclear power, traditional resources (coal, oil, and natural gas),
 and alternative sources (hydroelectric, solar, and wind).  Once we reduce our energy consumption, we'll slow global warming and its destructive forces on our planet.
 If we each do a little, we'll create a large planetary shift.

 o  When sitting in a sunny room, turn off the overhead light for a few hours and enjoy the natural light.

 o  Use ceiling fans along with your A/C and heating system.  Set your home's thermostat on 80 degrees in the summer, and 68 degrees in the winter.  In the summer,
 be sure to set the ceiling fan direction to counterclockwise with the speed on high. In the winter . . . clockwise with the speed on low only.

 o  Blinds, shades, and curtains contribute to energy savings too, as do storm windows and doors; insulation, weatherstripping, and caulking; awnings and trellises;
 and trees, shrubbery, and windbreaks.

 o  For your car, service it regularly, use cruise control, stay within the speed limit even on highways, and don't be a lead foot or last-minute braker.  Check your tire
 pressure monthly, and have your tires rotated and balanced when you have a wheel alignment every 5,000 to 10,000 miles.  Plus, plan your route to piggyback errands,
 carpool, and use mass transit.  Don't forget to enjoy walking and bicycling too -- they're healthy and nonpolluting.

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Reduce, reuse, recycle.  Repurpose and rethink.
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