Friday, July 28, 2006

Guidebook Still Great Resource for Houston Families

As July comes to a close, families are beginning to think about the new school year. As exciting as it is for kids, don't forget to spend time together as a family before school resumes. Then, this fall dedicate time to your family by turning off the TV and doing a fun activity around Houston.

This fall, there are so many festivals that are great for families. Pick your own pumpkin at a nearby farm. Contribute to the community by participating in a kid-friendly fundraiser. Head to the best Halloween events for young and old kids. Where can you find all this information & more? 100+ Activities for Houston Kids is a great resource for spending quality time with your family this summer and fall. Pick up your copy at a local Barnes & Noble store or Borders stores. Our family went to each and every one of the activities in this guidebook so we offer insider tips to tackling them with kids. For just under $20, you'll be able to identify the best activities for your kids in a matter of minutes. This is also a wonderful gift for local parents and grandparents.

As Cathy Stucker said: "Megan is a Houston Mom who makes real-world recommendations for activities families can enjoy together. The next time you are looking for ideas for a fun outing, pick up your copy of "100+ Activities for Houston Kids" and choose one of the educational, adventurous or just plain fun things to do you will find there".

Until the next nap time...