The ALA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022 Will Display Miss JoJo’s “Talk, Play, and Read With Me Mommy”

Through her book, Miss JoJo has taught readers that talking and interacting with children begins as early as the day they are born.

Amhearst, NY – WEBWIRE

“So much is now being publicized about the importance of this subject, and this book is right on point and very informative!” – James J.



“Talk, Play, and Read with Me Mommy: Interactive Activities to Enhance Your Child’s Language Development from Birth to Age Five” by Miss Jojo is a collection of interactive activities and games based on the author’s knowledge, engagement, and experiences with children. This book will give readers creative ways to help youngsters develop their language skills in their early years.



“Talk, Play, and Read with Me Mommy” provides both parents, caregivers, and their children with a variety of exciting activities and games that are both age-appropriate and geared toward helping children enhance their speech and language skills.



This book includes interactive activities and games for infants (e.g., Rattle Time, Lots of Sounds, and Peek-a-Boo), toddlers (e.g., Surprise Bag, Flashlight Fun, and Bear Talk), and preschoolers (e.g., Listen Up, Hunting for Colors, Silly Stories).



Parents and their kids can play these games whenever they have a few spare minutes over the course of their daily routines such as meal time, bath time, playtime, or story time. This book can also be helpful for readers while on the go, so make sure to carry it wherever you go.



Learn more about Miss JoJo’s “Talk, Play, and Read with Me Mommy: Interactive Activities to Enhance Your Child’s Language Development from Birth to Age Five” by purchasing a copy available at Authorhouse. Check out Miss JoJo’s website at https://www.talkplayandread.com/.



This book will be displayed at the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference and Exhibition on June 23-28, 2022, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington DC, USA. So consider visiting.



“Talk, Play, and Read with Me Mommy: Interactive Activities to Enhance Your Child’s Language Development from Birth to Age Five”

Author | Jo Ann Gramlich (Miss JoJo)

Genre | Children’s Educational Activity Book/ Parent & Child Educational Interactive Activity Book

Publisher | Authorhouse

Published date | May 27, 2014

Book Retail Price | $16.99



Author



Jo Ann Gramlich (Miss JoJo) is a speech-language pathologist who provides evaluation and remediation services for children with communication disorders in early intervention and preschool programs through Pediatric Educational and Diagnostic Services-ECMC, Buffalo, New York.



She has provided speech-language therapy for children in the Buffalo Public School District of Western New York. She holds a Master of Science degree in Speech-language Pathology from the State University of New York College at Buffalo.



Jo Ann Gramlich’s (Miss JoJo) books include “Talk, Play, And Read With Me Mommy,” “Talk, Play, And Read With Me Daddy,” and “Talk, Play, And Read With Me Mommy Interactive eBook.”

ALA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022 Will Display Jamie Pulos-Fry’s “Servants Heart From the Voice of a Volunteer”

Jamie’s book encourages readers to find ways to volunteer for the Lord.

San Diego, California – WEBWIRE

This book is a helpful tool for a church or college to make volunteers be God’s servants.



“Servants Heart from the voice of a volunteer” by Jamie Pulos-Fry will be displayed at The American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference and Exhibition on June 23-27, 2022, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington DC, USA.



This book talks about being the best volunteer that God wants His people to be by being faithful, serving others, and being a servant. “Servants Heart from the Voice of a Volunteer” discusses the importance of volunteering. While people may have various reasons and motives for volunteering, there are four fundamental benefits that they gain when they do so. They will be able to draw themselves closer to God, realize they are making a difference in other people’s lives, set a good example for their children, and grow individually.



The author wrote “Servants Heart from the Voice of a Volunteer” after noticing that the organization where she volunteered had several difficulties that needed to be addressed. Furthermore, Jamie had never read or seen a book about volunteering in a Christian setting, or anywhere else for that matter. She began researching it, and this book is the outcome of that research, which was conducted by a dedicated volunteer.



Interested to know more? Feel free to get a copy of Jamie Pulos-Fry’s “Servants Heart from the voice of a volunteer,” available at Blurb, and visit the upcoming ALA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022.



“Servants Heart from the voice of a volunteer”

Author | Jamie Pulos-Fry

Genre | Religion & Spiritually

Publisher | Blurb

Published date | March 3, 2018



Author

Jamie Pulos-Fry is a faithful member of Lancaster Baptist Church, Lancaster, California. She likes to serve and volunteer in various areas of the church. Served in the Coffee Shop and Bookstore for West Coast Baptist College and sang in the Choir at the church, plus was a Captain of a Ladies’ Bus for 5 Years.



This is her second book, the first one is “Encouraging a Friend with Our Trials,” and the third one is “A Widows Cry,” a helpful tool for widow ministries, and she hopes that “Servants Heart” will be a great help in future volunteering choices in everyone’s lives.

ALA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022 Will Display VIE Loriot De Rouvray’s “9.1.1. Complete Guide to Natural Healing”



“9.1.1. Complete Guide to Natural Healing” by VIE Loriot de Rouvray starts when her co-worker, who had been on psychiatric drugs since he was six years old, came out of a coma after taking too many drugs; with his tendons cut, and left on a wheelchair. Because her family has had a lot of cancer deaths, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s.



In her book, there is a lot of information about allopathic and holistic medicine, but some of it is kept from the public, like sound and light healing, the DNA quantum field, vitamin deficiencies, the importance of enzymes, the link between emotions and cancer, and the need for enzymes to break down food.



Sacred Geometry, the chakras, the pineal gland, the aura, phosphenism/ORB, and the body of light are some of the subjects covered in this lecture. It also talks about minerals, oxygen, and blood flow, as well as a “miracle” method to learn and its benefits.



The axiatonal lines can be used to completely regenerate an organ, as well as EFT, HTP and aromatherapy. A story about a Quantum Energy Healing/Multidimensional Therapy Session with VIE is also in her post.



Interested to know more? Order a copy of VIE Loriot de Rouvray’s “9.1.1 Complete Guide to Natural Healing,” available at Amazon.



The book will also be displayed at the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference and Exhibition on June 23-28, 2022, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington DC, USA.




9.1.1 Complete Guide to Natural Healing

Author | VIE Loriot de Rouvray

Genre | Alternative/Holistic

Publisher | Self-Published

Published date | February 3, 2022



About the Author



VIE Loriot de Rouvray was born of the French aristocracy on an island located in the south pacific called New Caledonia. In January 1987, VIE de Rouvray experienced a dramatic shift in consciousness, which resulted in a complete lifestyle change. She thereafter was initiated by Archangel Michael daily for eighteen months.



VIE has been chosen to be the door to the Divine and is here on a humanitarian mission with her co-worker and ghostwriter CHADD, gifted with Sound frequency therapy. They are called the God Duo, two Angels at work and work quantum sessions of healing together.



VIE de Rouvray has been recognized by Elite Women Worldwide for dedication, achievement, and leadership in her professional endeavors.



VIE is an Honored Member of the National Association of Professional Women, an Honored Member of the Continental Who’s Who, an Honored Member of the Worldwide Who’s Who, and a recognized Honored Life Strathmore’s member, has won the Hall of Fame best alternative holistic medicine of Orlando, Florida for nine consecutive years.



VIE is the first Aquarius to come with a very different gift that will take humanity over 2,000 years to process. VIE is the author of a series of books for growth and self empowerment, and is also gifted with an innate ability to speak the language of the Light working and transferring positive energy.



VIE radiates the power of God, and holds the gift of radiating healing energy and the power of auditory processing into healing energy through a low frequency of 26 Hz. and 91 decibels.



VIE is the owner and founder of the Institute of Light and Sound.

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Day 3 of the International Conference on “New Technologies and Innovations in Rural Roads”


Day 3 of the International Conference on “New Technologies and Innovations in Rural Roads” was conducted here today. The lectures of eminent speakers across India and abroad were held in four sessions.


Session I was held on the topic “Rural Transport Services”, chaired by Prof A.Veeraragavan, IIT Madras.


During this session Mr Souleman Oussiman from Margo Briessinck, PIARC gave a presentation through on “Accessibility and Mobility in Rural Areas”.  He stated that rural transport services are needed for beneficial impact of PMGSY roads. Mr Paul Starkey, Transport Services Expert from UK gave a presentation through VC on “Rural Transport Services”. Mr Tomas Stenstrom, Chief Technical Advisor, ILO gave a detailed presentation on “Livelihoods through Road Maintenance International Experience (ILO)”. Dr. Gerrie Van Zyl, Director of Mycube Asset Management Systems (Pty) Ltd, South Africa gave a presentation through VC on “Low-Cost Surfacing with a Focus on Chip Sealing”. Mr Nkululeko Leta, Associate Member, PIARC Technical Committee (World Road Organisation) gave a presentation on “Climate Resilience and Adaption in Road Asset Management System”.


Session II was held on the topic “Hills Roads, Road Safety, Climate Resilience and Bridges on Rural Roads”, chaired by Lt Gen Rajeev Chaudhary, DG, BRO.


DG, BRO gave a presentation on “BRO: Overcoming Challenges of Infrastructure Development in Hilly and Remote Areas”. Prof. Gaurang Joshi, SVNIT Surat gave a presentation on “Effectiveness of Traffic Signs and Road Furniture on Compliance & Road User Behaviour – A Rural Road Study”. Dr. Tran Thi Kim Dang, The University of Transport and Communications, Vietnam gave a presentation on “Technologies and Practices to Enhance Resilience”. Mr Tran Ba Viet, Vice President, Vietnam Concrete Association gave a presentation on “Rural Bridge Use UHPC Girders Beam at Vietnam”.





Session III was held on the topic “Planning and GIS”, chaired by Dr. Ashok Kumar, Former Team Leader, The World Bank. Dr Laszlo Gaspar, KTI – Road and Bridge Centre from Budapest, Hungary gave a presentation through VC on “Hungarian Experiences in Innovative Low Volume Road Pavement Structures”. Shri Harsh Nisar, MoRD, New Delhi gave a presentation on “Data-Drivan Planning of Rural Roads: Algorithms, Geographic Information System (GIS) and Process Re-engineered in PMGSY-III”.



Shri Pradeep Agrawal, Director (Projects-I), NRIDA, New Delhi gave a presentation on “Performance Assessment of Rural roads in Maintenance: Development and Implementation of an Objective Evidence-based IT Solution in PMGSY”. He elaborated that NRIDA with the help of CDAC and NIC developed an evidence based digital platform for maintenance of rural roads across the country in a shorter span of two resulting in the saving of more than Rs 380 crores. The IT solution for digital maintenance of assets can be replicated across all infrastructure works. Ms Flora Hauya and Shri Sharmey Banda, Senior Engineer, Roads Authority, Malawi gave a presentation on “Linking Farms to Markets- Experience from Malawi”. Mr Yetemgeta Asrat, Deputy Director General of Ethiopian Roads Administration gave a presentation on “Maintenance and Financial Practices”.





Session-III was followed by Panel discussion on “New Technologies and Innovations in Rural Roads- Way Forward”.





Shri Nagendra Nath Sinha, Secretary, MoRD congratulated NRIDA for the thought-provoking conference held across the span of three days. He said that the ambition of PMGSY project of connecting around 1,78,000 habitations has been substantially achieved and now the focus has been on development of rural economy. He called upon engineering institutes to motivate their own engineers and students to do research in areas of new technologies and materials. He also recalled the New Technology Vision wherein two pilot projects of 2 km each must be undertaken to encourage innovations by Indian manufacturers.  Lastly, he said that it is now the time to become engineers along with management of roads. Further he suggested that NRIDA take lead in content making for continuous upgradation of engineering knowledge of engineers across India as it is being done for medical profession.


Dr. Ashish Kumar Goel, AS (RD) and DG, NRIDA thanked all the dignitaries, delegates, sponsors, exhibitors for their overwhelming support to the International Conference. He said that after several rounds of discussion with all the stakeholders, experts and academicians, the technical document on Full Depth Reclamation technology and New Technology Vision document 2022 has been issued and all executing agencies to follow the technical guidelines for implementation of NRE technology and materials to realize the vision of new technology on ground. 


Dr Rajesh Kumar Pathak, Secretary, TDB-DST said that the Ministry has always been supportive in promoting new ideas and technologies all over the country.


Shri I.K.Pandey, Former DG (Roads), MoRTH focussed on the use and implementation of marginal materials in the rural road construction. He highlighted that the marginal materials such as coir can be used in southern area, jute can be used in eastern, and bamboo can be used in north-eastern states so as to utilize local produce in an efficient way.


Prof. A.Veeraragavan, IIT Madras suggested that new materials should be adopted without compromising the quality of works. He also recommended that new codes, specifications and guidelines should be developed for new technology materials, that there is a need for Schedule of rates for mainstreaming technologies and the quality of roads should be focussed on the compaction parameter.


Shri R.K.Chaudhary, Chief Engineer, Uttar Pradesh provided details on practical and technical aspects in construction process of FDR technology. He requested all the IITs to come forward and conduct performance evaluation of FDR technology at site.


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The ALA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022 Will Display Melissa Campesi’s “I Am an English-Language Learner”

Campesi’s book, which is both wonderfully drawn and sure to pique children’s interest, provides delight to the lives of young readers everywhere.

San Diego, California – WEBWIRE

“My children love reading the stories of the children in the book over and over again. It opens the door for us to talk about all the different languages and cultures around the world.” – AB.



“I Am an English-Language Learner: The Real and Unique Stories of Immigrant children in America” by Melissa Campesi will be displayed at the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference and Exhibition on June 23-28, 2022, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington DC, USA.



In “I Am an English-Language Learner,” eight kids from various nations talk about how they are learning English in their new homes. They discuss the things that they miss most about their home countries, how they feel about now being in the United States, and the things that they aspire to achieve in the future.



This book shows that people around the world speak, read, and write in many different languages. Some languages use various alphabet systems, while others produce sounds that do not exist in the English language.



Not only do people speak a variety of languages, but they also dress, eat, and interact with one another in a variety of unique ways. Children who are relocated to the United States from other countries and have a requirement to acquire English language skills will be referred to as English language learners.



Everyone has a different background and experience, which contributes to the realization that gaining knowledge about one another is the most effective teaching method.



By telling the experiences of students who are acquiring English as a second language, this children’s book introduces young readers to new traditions and cultures from throughout the world.



Curious to know more? Order a copy of Melissa Campesi’s “I Am an English-Language Learner: The Real and Unique Stories of Immigrant children in America” at Amazon, and visit the upcoming ALA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022.



“I Am an English-Language Learner: The Real and Unique Stories of Immigrant children in America”

Author | Melissa Campesi

Genre | Children’s Non-Fiction

Publisher | Lulu Publishing Services

Published date | October 9, 2019

Book Retail | $15.60



Author



Melissa is certified as an ESL Educator in the state of New Jersey. In addition, she is a Children’s Author and the Creator & Founder of the Cross-Cultural Storytelling Project. Her passion is to visit classrooms both in-person and virtually to promote the importance of learning and embracing cultural heritage. Melissa’s goal for children is to develop positive identities within themselves, their peers, schools, communities, and beyond.



As a multicultural author and advocate, Melissa’s mission is to foster cultural awareness in an educational setting. She is motivated to inspire children about culture through the power of storytelling because that ignites their curiosity about each other and the world around them.



“The best education comes from learning about one another.” Melissa Campesi