10 Best Autobiographies by Athletes to Inspire Your Inner Warrior

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UPDATED June 17th, 2017 The best autobiographies by athletes give us a unique window into how true sports heroes develop. Nothing motivates like adversity and though top athletes are blessed with natural talent, most never would have reached…

Children’s Books to Help You Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Each year, from September 15 to October 15, National Hispanic Heritage Month offers all Americans the opportunity to celebrate the histories, cultures and contributions of Latinos in the U.S. These dates were not chosen randomly; September…

Empowering Women: 10 Reasons why Nely Galán’s Book, SELF MADE, Is a Must-Read

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We all know and love Nely Galán. After all, in 2012 she brought us The Adelante Movement, giving Latinas a platform to network, train, and connect with one another on all matters related to empowering women through financial self-reliance.…

5 Children’s Books to Celebrate Women’s History Month

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Mamiverse is celebrating Women’s History Month with five children’s books that share the stories of five incredible Latinas who have left their mark on the world. Happy reading! My Name is Celia/Me llamo Celia: The Life of Celia Cruz/La…

Page Crawling: The 10 Best Books of 2015

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Whether you're looking for gifts or vacation reading material, the best books of 2015 are a great place to start. There's something for everyone: groundbreaking non-fiction to exhilarating novels, explorations of race and gender or inspirational…

Close Out the Clutter: 12 Books About Getting Organized

Whether it’s your home or your head, we all create clutter. Peter Walsh, an organizational expert and former host of The Learning Channel's Clean Sweep told WebMd, that he divides our messes into two general types: “Memory clutter is…

Literary Love: 8 Awesome Kids’ Books on Teaching Tolerance

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When it comes to teaching tolerance to your kids, parents need all the help they can get. It can be difficult to discuss tough topics, and you want to teach them how to be a caring, compassionate person, without exposing them to some of the…

Children’s Book Review: Do I Have to Go to School

Children’s Book Review: Do I Have to Go to School By Maria Perez-Brown Illustrated by Chuck Gonzales Zwoosh Media, LLC 2015, 19 pages Board book ($9.99) ISBN 978-0-9962611-0-4 Ages 2-5 When four-year-old Zuri Pi wakes up one morning…

Kitchen Culture: 5 New Cookbooks We Totally Love

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Whether you are an expert chef or you barely know how to turn on your oven, there are cookbooks that can help you. Some of us cook because it’s our creative outlet; some of us cook to save money or to provide our family with a healthy homemade…