Papersalt recently added four new titles to their product line: Kitchen Habits, Kid Coupons, Being a Teenage Girl and How to Ditch Your Parents. Papersalt creates simple, effective, books, giving families an effective set of tools that can be used in all stages of learning.
Online PR News – 19-July-2012 – Seattle/ Washington – Papersalt recently added four new titles to their product line: Kitchen Habits, Kid Coupons, Being a Teenage Girl and How to Ditch Your Parents. Papersalt creates simple, effective, to-the-point books for kids and parents, giving families an effective set of tools that can be used in all stages of learning.
Recently mentioned on the Lifetime Moms site, one Mom blogger wrote, “When I tell my kids the things in this book, I’m met with eye rolls. But there’s something different about seeing the guidelines in print, like letting your children know that these aren’t just bizarre concepts their own parents came up with. They’re pretty much universally-accepted standards. Kids don’t like to listen to their parents, it’s just natural. My kids will believe what they read in a book over what I say any day” –Selfish Mom Blog
“Papersalt products are not only unique, but a truly thoughtful idea. The creators spent years building the content around families… The books feature everything from table manners and ways for families to be healthier, to driving do’s & don’ts and things moms would like their kids to remember as they grow up.”
–Macaroni Kid, Snoqualmie
Papersalt products are made by and for parents with the hope that kids will pay more attention to the family-based ideas in each book. With just enough content and creative designs, these books are a useful way to translate life lessons into simple yet memorable advice.
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