Reader Reviews

September 2007

Signing for Little Hands

September 11, 2007 -- From Amantha, from Houston TX, who is affiliated with the site.

I started Signing for Little Hands for my daughter. I also wanted to help patents learn and teach their children sign language. I have created a group of American Sign Language ebooks, software and screen savers. I hope you enjoy them.


Age of Aquariums

September 5, 2007 -- From Marcos, a teacher, from Hiroshima (Japan), who is affiliated with the site.

Huge educational hobbyist site promoting responsible tropical fish keeping internationally since 1997. Over 2000 pages of photos and information, plus a discussion forum with thousands of members.

Caring For Your Dog

September 5, 2007 -- From Jango, age 10, from Singapore, who is affiliated with the site.

Dog has been described as man’s best friend. We should take care of our dog and provide the best possible care for our dogs.

Scouting With The Mouse

September 5, 2007 -- From Denise, a parent, from North Florida, who is affiliated with the site.

This site is dedicated to all the Scouting requirements that can be fulfilled using the magic of Disney both at home and on vacation. As much fun as Disney is, I can’t think of a better way to meet Scouting requirements than to incorporate the Disney difference! And since most of the activities are educational, the site is great for home schoolers too.

Halloween ecards

September 3, 2007 -- From Alex, a reader, from US, who is affiliated with the site.

We at, http://www.101halloween.com/ provides free ecards for Halloween. Consumers have the ability to personalize and preview their card right on our site.

Science Gumshoes: Children’s science through detective stories

September 1, 2007 -- From Julian, from Israel, who is affiliated with the site.

Science Gumshoes: Children’s science through detective stories for elementary students and teachers. Among the topics: identification of gold, orchids and genetic engineering.

A fresh approach to arouse interest in science among elementary students through entertainment and curiosity.