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January 01, 2011
Win VIP Tickets to Miranda Cosgrove of Nickelodeon's iCarley!

Most of you know what "Liking" something on Facebook means. You're essentially friending a business on Facebook so you see their announcements on your News Feed page. Here at Indy's Child, we're using our Facebook page to offer up exclusive contests to our fans. If you don't have a Facebook account yet, you'll want to sign up so you can become a potential winner to any of the contests we host throughout the month. Some of the contests will be last minute, some will be in advance, but you won't know what they are unless you're a fan!

For the month of January, we encourage all of our readers to become fans of Indy's Child on Facebook (you MUST have a Facebook account in order to become a Facebook fan) and we will be selecting two lucky families to win tickets to see Miranda Cosgrove of the famed iCarley on Nickelodeon. One family will receive a VIP package to Miranda Cosgrove at the Murat on January 29th which includes four tickets, valet parking and access the VIP Crown Room. One runner-up will receive a family 4-pack to the show. So get going, visit www.facebook.com and search for Indy's Child in the search bar then LIKE us and we'll pick two of our fans near the last week of the month!

Indy's Child to Celebrate Dental Health Month (Pediatric Dentistry) in February Issue

Advances in pediatric dentistry are constantly taking place and for many parents, maneuvering their way through the world of dental care can be overwhelming. From sealants and flouride to estetic dentistry and beginning orthodontic care, knowing can sometimes get confusing, but not knowing about the importance of dental care in your children can be even more detrimental. That's why our February issue will discuss the variety of pediatric dental care tips and information in honor of Dental Health month. So pay attention to our new Pediatric Health section next month to find out more about dental health and your child.

If you are an advertiser, please contact Jennica Zalewski at jennica@indyschild.com or 317-722-8500 to find out how to be included in this new section.

Arthouse Noblesville Encourages Arts Enrichment

Arthouse is fast becoming the new home for art in Noblesville. Their mission is to enrich the community through art by offering a variety of art classes, exhibiting contemporary works, and home to artist's studios. They open their doors to the community to share the joy in making new friends, creating art, and communicating through visual language.

Winter Art Classes: 7 Weeks: January 10 – February 21, 2011

Arthouse is now enrolling for winter class session. Classes are designed for all levels and ages. They welcome all students regardless of age or skill level! Each class meets once a week. Some classes require additional materials, and may have a minimum or maximum enrollment.

For a full description of classes visit website. www.arthousenoblesville.blogspot.com. 195 S 10th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060. 317-773-0038. arthousenoblesville@hotmail.com

Tutor Whisperer Re-Launches Web site to Assist Students

The highly sought after tutor and educational expert, Julie Kamins,

The Tutor Whisperer, has re-launched her site, www.thetutorwhisperer.com, the number one site bringing students, parents, educators, and curriculum together in an exclusive forum.

The site offers an extensive array of learning tools including a learning strategy of the week, where Kamins contributes her preferred tools and resources, such as favorite learning websites, new perspectives on learning, and at-home strategies. Not only can you "meet Julie," but you can also explore learning obstacles, visit the Student Lounge, read case studies, ask questions, and even buy some last minute school supplies.

By approaching learning holistically and using her degrees in English, Sociology and Law, Julie reaches children intuitively, allowing them to develop their skills interactively through her site. Her students range in grade levels from developmental kindergarten to graduate school-a wide range of educational levels. In addition, she has developed specialized, alternate programs for those struggling with standard teaching methods. Kamins also works as a mentor and guide to college-bound students, coaching them through the maze of applications and essays.

Visit www.thetutorwhisperer.com for complete details.

Local Writer and Illustrator Collaborate on New Children's Book

"Leelah loves spring because spring brings summer. And she really loves summer because then it's time to go to the lake!"

Both living and working in Indianapolis, writer Pamela Fettig and illustrator Darren Strecker teamed up to create the newly published children's book Leelah at the Lake, an adventure story that stars a mischievous little girl named Leelah.

Leelah loves the lake and can't wait to get there! The lakeshore is filled with all kinds of fun things just waiting to be discovered. Leelah meets a frog and a worm for the first time. She chases ducks and swims. And she looks for shooting stars. No matter what she's doing, Leelah always has fun at the lake and never fails to make readers chuckle. This book is a wonderful read for young children any time of year.

Leelah at the Lake is Pamela Fettig's first children's book. Dear to her heart, the book was inspired by her niece during a sunny weekend at a lake in northern Indiana.

Darren Strecker is a minimally known illustrator and graphic designer. See more of his work at www.darrenstrecker.blogspot.com. Book is available on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com.

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