Information on this found at:ForbesAmerican Library AssociationPatty Young's blog with fabulous informationModkidBoutiqeMissed my opening music on my podcast? Still working some kinks out on my new laptop.Length of podcast minutes 41
Very informative interview. I still can't get off this CPSIA garbage. Hopefully it will get ironed out soon, it's just so rediculous! I'm going to have to scope out Patty's fabrics, they look divine!
Lori, thanks so much again for the interview. It was a pleasure chatting with you. I'm so glad we got to speak about the CPSIA... it's such an important issue and the more awareness we raise the better!I added a link to this podcast on my blog for all to check out! :)patty
lori,thank you so much for bringing up the cpsia issue. i knew about children's books, but hadn't considered crafting materials.you are so awesome. what a great podcast you do.
How timely - we had just been to a thrift shop on Saturday where we heard about this - I can't believe I hadn't heard before! the unintended consequences must be addressed, especially in this time of financial troubles! The only way some families survive is yard sales and thrift shops for their kids' clothing! Thanks for the links to the articles!
Hi, I'm glad to see some Australians posting about this issue because it is so important and there doesn't seem to be much awareness about it here. I have started an a group for Australia at cpsia-central if anyone is interested.http://cpsia-central.ning.com/group/australia
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