Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Guardian Angel Kids (GAK) September Ezine

M E D I A  R E L E A S E
CONTACT:    Donna McDine, Editor-in-Chief, Guardian Angel Kids Ezine
For Immediate Release

Children’s Ezine Guardian Angel Kids: Weather – September 2012 Issue

Welcome to the GAK September 2012 issue all about the weather.
The weather often times sets our mood. Editor-in-chief, Donna McDine enjoys a cool autumn day with the wonderful visual of the colorful leafs immediately relaxes me. With summer rapidly coming to an end McDine is looking forward to the next change of seasons. While she enjoys the so called lazy days of summer, McDine embraces the opportunity for a regular school schedule affording her the time to focus on her own writing, and continued work at GAK and private client publicity work.
The GAK staff invites you to sit for a spell and enjoy the every changing world of weather. Take a ride on a cloud and dance in the rain through poetry, experience the apprehension of a thunderstorm and competition amongst friends at the school science fair through engaging stories. Or look through the fog and learn how it helps the giant redwood trees of California grow and learn tornado safety tips.
Visit the writers and illustrators in the Guardian Angel Kids September 2012 issue and enjoy the alluring poetry, stories, articles and activities,
Letter from the EDITOR-IN-CHIEF:  Donna M. McDine   
Featured BookS:
Lighting Strikes Flip Book by Kevin McNamee and art by Eugene Ruble  

Cloud Jumpers Flip Book by Tracy Ahrens and art by Eugene Ruble

Children’S poetry, ACTIVITIES, SHORT STORIES, and articleS:

“One Little Cloud,” by Barbara Bockman – the every changing cycle of clouds.

“Weather Wisdom,” by Guy Belleranti – changing seasons.

“Crack Boom Crash,” by Rose Thoman – how to stay safe in a lighting storm.

“Fair-Weather Friends,” by Jennifer A. Buchet – science fair competition.
“When You Can’t See the Water,” by Mary Reina – how fog affects your life.

“A Dark Furious Looking Monster,” by Irene S. Roth – the importance of knowing what to do before a tornado hits.
Visit Guardian Angel Kid today and and enjoy a child safe and ad free Ezine.
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Please feel free to drop Editor-in-Chief, Donna McDine an email at and let them know what you think of Guardian Angel Kids and what you'd like to see in the future. They aim to please.
The Guardian Angel Kids Ezine staff and contributors look forward to your visit. Thank you for your time and interest.

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