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This is LILTonya! She is a urban city 12 year old with a vocabulary that is out of this world and wisdom beyond her years! Visit my website www.liltonya.com to purchase your copy today!
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You are so right about there not being a lot of books out there (or toys for that matter) that reflects our children, so I support that fully.
I know your busy waiting for your books to arrive and setting up other engagements, so, if you like, I can sent you a few interview question via email. That way, you can review/answer them and send them back when you can. Let me know your preference.
As for your daughter's eczema, with eczema, you really need to know the root cause of it's flare up. It's not so much as what you put on her, but WHAT YOU DON'T. I would suggest both our gentle Body Wash, (which has no harsh detergents,alcohol, sulfates or parabens) which cleans without stripping natural oils or drying skin and our Skin Smoothie lotion (which has no nut oils, fish, lanolin, or parabens which can all cause skin sensitivities), when used regularly keeps skin soft, smooth and HYDRATED. Our lotion is light and non greasy. They work well together or separate because both are blended to offer hydration to the skin. If you daughter is sensitive to fragrance/perfume, then I would suggest the unscented Body Wash and Smoothie.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
I was all over your site last night before sending you my comment. I love the site and the message you are trying to create with your book. I also plan to print out the workbook for my 10 year old daughter. She loves crossword and problem solving activities.
I love the message that your book conveys. Self love! It is something that we all struggle through no matter how many times our parents tell us that we are Beautiful. The messages that we hear from our peers can sometimes be more everlasting than what we learn from home. I grew up being called "Big Lip", so I know and didn't come into my own until "Big Lips" were what everyone strived for. Now having 2 girls that get eczema flair-ups, I do what I can to protect them from taunts and feeling self conscious (hence why I started my skincare line), I also them that we should be proud of our naturally curly hair and all it's versitality which is something that in just now becoming the in thing to do.
So I really look forward to your book and helping to get it out there.
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