(PRWEB) March 29, 2002
Cleveland, OH 3/28/2002- Kid Concoctions Company (http://www.kidconcoctions.com) announced today that it has earned a 2002 Parents' Choice Award for "Kid Concoctions & Contraptions" from the prestigious Parents' Choice Awards program.
The fourth addition to "The Ultimate Book of Kid Concoctions" book series, "Kid Concoctions & Contraptions" uses common household items to quickly duplicate popular toy store items for just pennies, while teaching the basics of science, art, and mathematics. Some of the book's most popular concoctions & contraptions include: Super Bubble Ooze, Sea Monster Farm, Hover Craft, Squeeze Rocket, and Indoor Hot Air Balloon.
The Parents' Choice Awards designation recognizes products that meet and exceed standards set by educators, scientists, performing artists, librarians, parents, and yes, kids. The Parents' Choice Awards Committees seek out and recommend products that help kids grow - imaginatively, physically, morally and mentally-and that are fun, safe, and socially sound.
The Kid Concoctions Company, founded in 1997 by John E. Thomas and Danita Thomas, is the publisher of 3 other best-selling titles including the world's #1 selling arts & craft book "The Ultimate Book of Kid Concoctions". The company is dedicated to providing the highest level of quality children's arts & craft products available. Kid Concoctions has been seen on over 200 national TV appearances including: HGTV, Discovery Channel, Donny & Marie, and CBS This Morning.
About Parents' Choice:
Founded in 1978, Parents' Choice is the nation's oldest not-for-profit consumer guide to quality children's media: books, toys, audios, software, television, videos, and magazines. The Foundation's mission is to impart solid information about the vast array of children's media products and toys that are on the market; helping parents and caregivers of all achievements and backgrounds make informed decisions about which new products are right for their children.
For additional information about the awards, consult the Parents' Choice Foundation's Web site (http://www.parents-choice.org).