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Johnny & the Doomsday Machine

Johnny & the Doomsday Machine
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Twelve-year-old Johnny Fremont is the world's only hope when the Council of Fifty, a secret society of the most evil people on the planet, decides to wipe out the entire Southern Hemisphere with a doomsday machine.


Through The Elm to The Big Apple


Date: 08/14/2012

Contact: Raheem Nelson, (203) 584-3824, rasungod1@gmail.com

Through The Elm to The Big Apple: iPad Paintings by Raheem Nelson 

New Haven, Connecticut –Announcing Illustrator, Raheem Nelson's second iPad Art Book, "Through The Elm To The Big Apple." This is an illustrated look at New Haven and New York City through his eyes. The entire book consists of digital paintings that look traditional. It will be available through iBooks on August 31st. A print version is also available now on Lulu.com.

School's Out for Summer!

Students jump with joy and parents slump with trepidation, but the iPhone can help parents endure the summer break.

Long hot days, graduations, BBQ’s, vacations, bug bites, bored kids, and amusement park crowds…all a part of our love-hate relationship with the summer season. For Moms (and Dads or any caregiver), summer means that the kids are "free" from the day-to-day structure of schooling, sports, after-school lessons, etc. While a great time to be a child, it is also a potentially stressful time for parents. It starts off with graduation, then vacations, camps, and inevitably ends with back-to-school shopping. Here are a few apps to make getting through the summer heat a breeze.


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