Her latest book is out today, and the first signing, at the Union Square Barnes & Noble, is about to begin. What we have all been waiting for is here. Hillary is making the rounds on TV to promote Hard Choices. Here is her interview last night with ABC’s Diane Sawyer.
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Here are some of Hillary’s events this week to mark on your calendar! Her book will be released on Tuesday, and she will be off and running promoting it.
ABC TV 9 p.m. ET
Appearance: Primetime Special with Diane Sawyer
Appearance: Good Morning America with Robin Roberts
New York NY
Union Square Barnes & Noble
Arie Crown Theater
United Fresh Produce Association and the Food Marketing Institute
Chicago Ideas with Mayor Rahm Emmanuel
Council on Foreign Relations
Former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton reflects on her career in government.
Watch live on June 12 at 10:00am (EDT)
New York NY
World Resources Institute
Courage to Lead Luncheon
New York NY
Wildlife Conservation Society Honor
with Chelsea Clinton
Friday, June 13, 2014 at 11:30 AM
Philadelphia Book Signing
Free Library of Philadelphia
Friday, June 13, 2014 at 06:00 PM
Washington, DC, Talk
Politics & Prose/George Washington University
Saturday, June 14, 2014 at 11:00 AM
Arlington Book Signing
Costco Pentagon City
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WASHINGTON — The Hillary Clinton book rollout extraveganxa is coming to Massachusetts.
The once and possibly future presidential contender will be at the Harvard Book Store in Cambridge on June 16 at 7 p.m., according to the store. Clinton will be signing books, but there is no formal speaking program.
Tickets, which cost $38 and include a copy of the book, go on sale Monday.
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Hillary Clinton will be making a stop in Kansas City on June 22 to talk about challenges and choices she faced as America’s 67th Secretary of State.
Clinton will appear at Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland with Rainy Day Books founder Vivien Jennings, according to a press relase from The Midland.
Tickets will go on sale Monday at 10 a.m. at The Midland Box Office and will start at $40.50. They can be purchased online at www.AXS.com or charged by phone at 888-929-7849.
Each paid patron will receive an autographed hardcover of Hard Choices. Books must be picked up at The Midland event and rain-checks will not be accepted.
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I know this bookstore and love it. I love this campus! So beautiful!
June 5, 2014
Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of State, possible presidential candidate and author, will be in Seattle on June 18 to appear in conjunction with her new book “Hard Choices.” (Simon & Schuster).
Clinton will sign books starting at 5 p.m. that day at the University Book Store in the University District. Signing guidelines are specific:
- A limited amount of wristbands for entry will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis beginning at 9am on the day of the event with a purchase of Hard Choices from our U District store.
- No online orders.
- A limit of one (1) signed book per customer.
- No personal items allowed in the event space. A bag check will be provided.
- No other books or memorabilia, please.
What often happens with these high profile events is that things change. Check the University Book Store’s web site at ubookstore.com for updates.
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Parents focus on taking good care of their babies once they are born by providing them with nutritious food, clean clothes and a safe environment, but there are steps that parents can take to ensure the wellbeing of their children even before birth. Good prenatal care is important not just to prevent complications during a pregnancy, but also to ensure that both mother and baby are as healthy as can be after birth and for a long time after.
Doctors recommend that women begin receiving prenatal care during the first trimester of pregnancy. During these early visits, doctors can work with a mother to spot problems early on, but also to provide valuable information about the kinds of food and exercise that can improve her health and the development of her baby.
For expecting mothers, prenatal care reduces the chances of serious problems like preterm birth, anemia and low birth weight. According to Stanford University School of Medicine, babies born to mothers who received no prenatal care are three times more likely to be born at low birth weight. Low birth weight can cause many health and learning problems for young children, including language delays, attention disorders and even severe neurological problems.
There are many ways that pregnant mothers can prepare for a healthy pregnancy, and get their children’s development off to a good start. By receiving regular prenatal care, eating well and exercising, a mother-to-be can improve her baby’s chances for success during the early years and beyond.
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Information about low birth weight rates around the country. >>
As parents and caregivers, you are bombarded by advertisements for hundreds of shows, movies and internet apps that claim to help children prepare for school and improve learning. But most early childhood experts agree that too much screen time—meaning time that children spend in front of a television, computer or mobile device—can actually do more harm than good.
While some high quality programs can help preschool-aged children learn vocabulary and early math concepts, the best learning actually happens from direct interaction with adults and the world around us. Children learn language and other skills best through play and direct communication with other people. And for infants and very young toddlers, touch, taste and physical movement are also important ways that they absorb and learn new information.
For parents who feel that some screen time is unavoidable, there are resources that offer guidance on when and how to expose very young children to television and other media. For example, experts recommend that parents and caregivers choose children’s program carefully, and that they watch these programs with their children as much as possible to stimulate conversation.
Finally, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends no screen time for children younger than two years of age, and no more than two hours a day for older children.
Resources for Sharing:
- This article from the American Academy of Pediatrics explains why pediatricians recommend no television or screen time for children under age 2.
- These 5 tips for picking a preschooler’s first TV shows are helpful and shareworthy!
- Great research from The Urban Institute about infants, toddlers, and television.
This infographic from Common Sense Media explains the dramatic increase in mobile device use among infants and toddlers. >>
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Save the dates! Set your DVRs! Here comes Hillary!
The TV tour for Hillary Clinton’s Hard Choices memoir is rapidly taking shape. Cynthia McFadden will host Hillary for NBC News and Jane Pauley will conduct the CBS interview according to Mediate.
Jane Pauley will interview Hillary Clinton on “CBS Sunday Morning” on June 15 as part of Clinton’s book tour for “Hard Choices.” The CBS interview rounds out the big three broadcasters, as well as CNN and Fox News, that have confirmed interviews with the presumptive presidential candidate. So here’s the order:
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