EARLY STATIONS

Welcome to Stations for Kids!

Stations for Kids is a new section of my site that includes publications for kids and parental suggestions for promoting early literacy. It's never too early or too late to learn something new.  My first book for Stations for Kids is Carver Park.  Follow Lynda Jones...

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“Maxine’s New Job” is arriving January 2018.

Maxine Hill is a typical 4th grade student with a little cat named Amos.  Maxine and Amanda Grayson have been best friends since kindergarten and plan to go skating today to celebrate the last Saturday of summer vacation. In the meantime, Maxine is beginning to notice...

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Early Literacy – Burning Bridges

EARLY LITERACY   Young, first-time employees need to learn the value of not burning bridges before the first job! We live and work in a very different world. While you may not always agree with the procedures and practices of your workplace,  it's best not to...

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Early Literacy – The Almighty Credit Score

  Young consumers will be better shoppers if they are introduced to the value of a sound credit score before using the first credit card. The American Credit Score continues to gain momentum as a hiring factor in the labor force and offers employers a different mode...

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Early Literacy – The STEM Experience

The world of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) is opening new doors for fresh bright minds and your child represents one of those minds. Utilize every advantage to introduce your child to STEM activities including camps, exploration events, tours and...

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Early Literacy – Early Success

Is your son or daughter about to leave for college or tech school? Give them a few strategies before they leave home! The great author, Anita Bunkley, reminds us that in order to move forward you must adjust your mindset and create a personal mission statement.  If...

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Early Literacy – Teaching the Value of Community Service

Every child needs to know they are part of a community of humans who share the earth in multiple ways. The American homeless population and the stigma associated with persons living on the streets in the United States has always been associated with the irresponsible,...

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CARVER PARK

Living in Waco, Texas in the 1950s was not easy, but... It  would seem that growing up in segregated Waco, Texas in the 1950s would be filled with challenges and disappointments for any African-American child, but one little girl learned everything possible about the...

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THE STATIONS INTERVIEW

Could you tell us something about your most recent work? STATIONS is my debut novel. It is available on Kindle and also published in paperback at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. The book is composed of essays I have written over the years. Each essay covers a phase,...

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