Welcome to the December 24, 2007 edition of carnival of children’s entertainment.
Rebecca Wallace-Segall presents When one boy plays video games… he finds inspiration posted at a community of young writers in new york city.
Danogo presents How to Use Webkinz World: A Guide by Kids… for Kids! posted at Danogo.com – Discover. Inspiring . Media, saying, “Family friendly website for kids that teaches real world financial and computer skills and has Web 2.0 social interaction features.”
Frugal Duchess presents Looking for Sea Cows: My Daughter’s Frugal Play Date posted at The Frugal Duchess, saying, “Scenario: School vacation and my daughter, age 9, was home with a friend. We were set for a trip to the Miami Children’s Museum, but the girls invented their own frugal fun with little prompting from me.”
blue skelton presents Production Blog: Best of Both Worlds Hannah Montana posted at Blue Skelton Publications, saying, “Here is some video from the Best of Both Worlds, Hannah Montana concert tour. This is your first glimpse at the movie that will take you on tour with Miley Cyrus as she tours America performing as Hannah Montana.”
chris chynoweth presents PBS: Two Hands with the music of Ben Harper & Jack Johnson posted at DropKick MonKey, saying, “This is a great televsion commercial for PBS featuring thre music of Ben Harper & Jack Johnson. Cusious George and the count from the sesame street also make an appearance.”
Sagar presents 27 Creative Ways to Keep Kids Entertained While Flying posted at Travelhacker.
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