- Q: How does the print version compare with the book app?           A: In keeping with the loved personalization theme, a dedicated space is provided for placement of a photo, as well as the child's name, gift giver's name and date of gift. And, additional quotes on love and purpose from noteworthy minds and a variety of cultures have been added.           So, you don't miss out a bit on the whimsical, personalized, uplifting spirit of "And So You Were Born"!
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See below for our news archive, complete with past news, rank and awards announcements, free goodies, and so much more. This is just an archive, as we are moving to a social-based model to allow more interactivity with our fans. … Continue reading
Door Hangers for children’s devotions and prayer
Foster a connection and ‘alone time’ with these new goodies: And So You Were Born door hangers! Simply print and you’re good to go! Tip #1: Makes for a cute gifting add-on with the book! Tip #2: More … Continue reading
Hallmark Welcomes Spring with ASYWB Book Signing
Hallmark kicks off Spring with a book signing for “And So You Were Born”! Saturday March 29th, 10am-1pm. Complete with treats from Donna B’s cookies and New Awakenings Coffee! Hallmark Celebrations 30232 Crown Valley Pkwy Laguna Niguel, CA 92677 (949) … Continue reading
Hallmark Welcomes “And So You Were Born”!
Now available at Hallmark Celebrations, 30232 Crown Valley Pkwy, Laguna Niguel CA 92677 / (949) 495-0561
Coverage by the nation’s largest publishing trade association!
A spotlight on “And So You Were Born” in INDEPENDENT magazine by IBPA!
Barnes & Noble Showing the Love for Valentine’s Day
We’ve made our way to the front table at Barnes and Noble-Aliso Viejo! “And So You Were Born” is all about encouraging the love and we’re proud to be featured on the storefront Valentine’s Day table aside other children’s books … Continue reading
New Video Coverage of And So You Were Born
Author Mona Parsa discusses “And So You Were Born” and its relation to the principles in the K-12 curriculum proposed in the film “40 Point Plan”. View video here.