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As a mother and an educator/librarian, I have committed my life to helping children.  I believe that a child who is sick can’t read a book and can’t learn.  That’s why I am thrilled to partner with the UN Foundation’s [email protected] program as a [email protected] Champion!

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My journey began in Washington DC to attend the [email protected] Summit.


At the summit, I made new friends, learned the importance of global vaccines, and I will share my knowledge with you so that together we can eradicate the world of #polio, #measles, and #rotovirus.  Why? Because #vaccineswork. I am HAPPY to talk  diarrhea all day every day. Just ask!

 Check out my [email protected] posts below:

[email protected] Summit with An Unconventional Librarian

Every Child Needs a [email protected] To Read.

Calling All Princesses, Pirates, and Fairies: Attend a Tea Party Benefit [email protected]

It’s #Blogust! How Are you Keeping My Littles Healthy?

This #Blogust, Give your Little One a Chance to be a Princess or a Pirate

This #Blogust, Keep my Fave Readers Healthy; Get Vaccinated!

Garden Party, Princesses, and Vaccines #Blogust

An Unconventional Librarian at the Hospital: A Visit to Dr. Offit’s Office #Blogust

Looking Back at my Kids’ Vax Schedule #Blogust

Garden Parties are the Perfect time to discuss #diarrhea #Blogust

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