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Spinning Tales With Grame

September 3, 1999 -- From a reader from Washington,U.S.A. who is affiliated with the site

Lovely little stories that are written from the heart of an Irish grandmother to her granddaughters. These stories each teach a little life lesson as they entertain.


Welcome to Kip and Co’s Official Website

August 23, 1999 -- From Gavin Forrest, a reader from Perth, Australia who is affiliated with the site

This is a great site for kids with bright and colourful images and lots to do. There are puzzles including a jigsaw that kids can put together. A game of catching the eggs for the Bungarras for breakfast, which is great for hand eye coordination. There are stories about the adventures Kip the Koala and all his friends have in the Australian bush. You can even print and colour in pictures of Kip and Tangles the Emu with the longest legs you have ever seen. Learn all about Koalas, Bungarras, Emus, Kookaburras, Cokatoos, Kangaroos.

TeenyBee.com

July 21, 1999 -- From a reader from USA who is affiliated with the site

TeenyBee.com is the best site on the internet for childrens books, and other products for children. Besides books, we offer lesson plans for teachers, and tips for parents.

Ruby Rose’s Soft Spot

July 5, 1999 -- From Marilynn (aka MOM), a reader from USA who is affiliated with the site

Looking for fun and interesting places for kids of all ages? Ruby Rose’s Soft Spot is it. Ruby, an adorable, red teddy bear, and MOM offer teddy bear stories, silly poems, and many original drawings. Want even more to keep busy with? Hop to Ruby’s sister site, Ruby’s Choice, a ‘department store’ where you visit places and subjects from all over the world and pretend to ‘buy’ child safe adventures. Complete your visit by sending a card from Ruby’s Greetings To Go. These are ‘kid’ oriented, original cards unlike anything else in cyberspace. Not just hours, but months of fun.