Indian culture have had some of the most revered fabrics and traditional style of dress. In the past decade, the Indian culture has diversified its way of approaching style, but not at the expense of their culture. With 29 states, India reflects diverse influences represented by every state; they all have a different flavor, a unique culture and a distinct valuable craft. Indians have mainly worn clothing made up of locally grown cotton. India was the one of the first places where cotton was cultivated and because of it, clothing changed a lot throughout its history. [Read more…]
Fruits are important sources of vitamins and carbohydrates like fiber and sugar. They are low in calories and naturally sweet. Fruits and their juices are good sources of water, too. But what happens when one of your favorite fruits is hard to control? Difficult to cut and most of all, the messiest to eat?
We learn how to eat it properly! [Read more…]
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And now we have a winner for our September book of the month.
The Mocha Girl Read Book of the Month for September is When Dad Killed Mom. Take a minute to see what this book.
Jenna and Jeremy knew their parents’ marriage was in trouble. Mom and Dad didn’t talk much, and when they did, they had to work really hard to be civil to each other. But no one could have predicted what would come next. The headline read, COLLEGE SHRINK KILLS WIFE, and suddenly everything changed. Now with Mom dead and Dad in jail, Jenna and Jeremy must re-create a life and a family of their own–somehow.
Award-winning author Julius Lester tells a heartbreaking story about domestic violence, its devastating effects on a family, and the resilient power of love.
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Congratulations Julius Lester for becoming Mocha Girl Read book of the month for September 2015.
Feel free to leave comments and thoughts here as you are reading the book. I’m really looking forward to reading this book and hearing what everyone thinks of it.
Keep the pages turning ladies!