Editor’s Picks

Editor’s Pick: Dabbawalla Bags

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Colored pencils, check. Scissors and protractor, check. Lunch bags that are both stylish and utilitarian? Dabbawalla check! Seattle sisters Susan Givens and Carol Mack created a product line of lunch bags and small backpacks specifically for pre-school and early elementary school children, and named the brand Dabbawalla, after the Indian term for the unique lunch… Read More

Editor’s Pick: “I Got Schooled” by M. Night Shyamalan (Simon & Schuster, 2013)

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He’s best known as one of the highest grossing screenwriters and directors in the world, responsible for the 1999 cultural phenomenon, “The Sixth Sense” and many other blockbusters. But aside from M. Night Shyamalan’s professional pursuits and his wife and three daughters, his greatest passion is education. His self-named foundation seeks to “[close] the educational… Read More

Editor’s Pick: “We’ll Always Have Paris” by Jennifer Coburn (Sourcebooks, 2014)

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Jennifer fears death. Understandable, since as a college student she had watched her father die prematurely from cancer. Years later, her urgency to fully live leads to a trip to Paris with her 8-year-old daughter—a means to fill her daughter’s life with memories and experiences just in case Jennifer kicks the bucket before her time.… Read More

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I get dozens of emails every day from publicists, authors, inventors, and designers. Not because I’m popular or belong to the right social cliques. It’s simply because all of these wonderful innovators want their creations to inspire, help, and enrich you, so they put the word out to the media at large including yours truly.… Read More