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For many of us, Kenny Loggins wrote the soundtrack of our childhoods. From “I’m Alright” to “Danger Zone” to “Whenever I Call You Friend,” the Grammy Award-winning musician has had us kicking off our Sunday shoes for the past three decades. Now, he will capture our children’s hearts as well by turning one of his most beloved songs into a picture book about a dance party at the zoo where the animals cut loose, and it’s set to the same catchy tune that sent toes tapping when the film first boogied across the big screen in 1984.
Also in this issue, we meet film director Steve Carr, meteorologist Brittney Shipp, CMA/Radio Disney Artist Jessie Chris, authors Francesca Cavallo and Elena Favilli, and neuroscientist Dr. Nicolas Bazan, who tells us about his book, Una Vida, and his goal to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s Disease.
Do you want to know the secret to healthy kids? Let them eat dirt! At least that’s what the new books says. Our special contributor Shirin Zarqa-Lederman tells us all about it.
It’s election season! If you’re not pleased with the choices of candidates this year, we have 20 kids who are ready to take the podium and change the world. Find out what they would do if elected president. It's all inside!
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