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If your child has some required reading from their school, or just wish to read for fun, you'll want to know where to buy cheap new and used books online so that you can get the title you need. Fortunately, you've got tons of choice beyond Amazon and major book stores.

I've shopped at all of the stores that I mention here and can attest that they are reliable and legitimate. I'll classify the stores according to whether they're for new books or used books.

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No matter if you're a busy parent like me, or a professional photographer, losing photos is never a good thing, and I can speak from experience on that. Here I'll talk about the best ways to backup photos. Did you know it can actually be cheaper to use a photo backup service than to keep buying external hard drives yourself? In this article I'll cover a bunch of different options, and explain what to look for.

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In these unusual times, if you already have the clothes your kids need, or if you would rather limit your purchases to just the essential things, that's sensible - you can put your cash toward those more urgent things.

However, if you are looking for some trendy and cool clothes for kids that are ethically made with a socially conscious mission, then you'll be helping more than just your child. You will make a difference in children's education in underprivileged parts of the world if you shop at Cotton On. Total price point is similar to that of Old Navy - a little less than that of Gymboree, but higher than The Children's Place. Let's go ahead and take a look at pics of some of their styles.

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No matter where you live, a mask is helpful. For example, what happens if you somehow have to take your child to the doctor?

Of course, a scarf or any existing household item that can be tied around the face is good, and this can work well for adults. I noticed from my own experience that a problem with tying a scarf around the face is that it can tend to fall down halfway through a grocery trip, which then makes it very risky germ-wise if you use your hands to put it back up. I eventually figured out how to tie it so that it won't fall down for me, but it's harder to do that for a child. In fact a child might want to tug it down, and that then puts them at risk. To solve those problems, I eventually bought just a few cloth masks for our family, two each for me and my husband for when one of us goes out to do groceries, and one each for my kids. I also bought a few for my older neighbor. I thought I'd let you know where I got them from and which types I'd recommend for adults and which for kids.

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