Sports and Activities Directory Article
Book It Then Cook It…
“Your program is so much fun…Can you come back tomorrow or next week?” This comment is commonly heard after experiencing a Book N Cookin program. Book N Cookin is an interactive, theme-based children’s program that incorporates storytelling, cooking projects and games.
Miss Robyne, owner of Book N Cookin, is a Broward County Public Schools approved vendor and holds a master’s degree in Elementary Education. She has written a water safety book that is sold on Amazon and BN.com and has been featured on the local TV news. She was featured on Miami Moms and was listed twice in StartupNation’s Top 50 Leading Moms in Business.
Book N Cookin has been in business for more than 10 years and has visited libraries, community centers, after school programs, birthday parties, Girl Scout troups and in-house school and camp field trips.
Book N Cookin is appropriate for ages 3 and up and has served every age group from preschool through adult. Book N Cookin also works with special needs groups and has participated in the Arc program for the past two summers.
The program is tailored to be as fun as you want, as educational as you need and anywhere in between. Once you reserve your class and choose your theme, everything else is taken care of for you. Book N Cookin arrives ready-to-go at your destination. (Yay, no buses or carpooling!) We bring all the cooking supplies, games, recipe handouts and necessary appliances. Each child participates in the storytelling, game and cooking project and eats what they create at the end of the class.
Students, campers, preschoolers and adults enjoy the skills they gain while learning how to cook. It is wonderful to see how cooking incorporates every subject across the curriculum and can be a great tool for incorporating education and social skills while completing an edible project.
Book your afterschool clubs, in-house field trips and birthday parties soon. Book N Cookin classes fill up fast and you don’t want to miss out on all the fun!
For more information, call Miss Robyne at 561-870-5601, email her at email@example.com or check out bookncookin.com.
Ms. Robyne is a natural with the students. She is kind, patient, and understanding- Ms. Andrene, Lighthouse Academy Preschool
Book n Cookin is such a great program and Robyne is awesome, and the children in my summer camp really love it. All the activities, stories, and cooking lessons are interactive, so the children learn while they are having fun
-Ms. Lisa, Croissant Park
" Here at Heron Heights the kids and aftercare counselors love Ms. Robyne's Book & Cookin Program. "We can't wait for another school year to have her back.
-Ms. Solange Heron Heights Elementary
Leading Moms in Business Article
StartupNation.com Honors Nation’s Leading Moms in Business
Robyne Friedland of Book n Cookin LLC Wins Top Honors in Mom Business Competition
Coral Springs, FL- October 11, 2010– From among thousands of contestants, Robyne Friedland of Book n Cookin LLC has been ranked #42 in StartupNation.com’s 2010 Leading Moms in Business competition (www.startupnation.com/leading-moms-in-business), sponsored by Infusionsoft (www.infusionsoft.com).
Over 709,000 votes were cast in support of the 2010 contestants, reflecting immense interest and supportiveness for moms building businesses at the same time they tend to their families.
“There’s been a sea change among moms as they’ve come to realize that adding entrepreneurship to their lives brings exhilaration and immense gratification, not to mention supplemental—sometimes primary—income to their families in these dicey economic times,” says Rich Sloan, chief startupologist and co-founder of StartupNation.
“ I am honored and so excited to have won this special award.” The winner’s profile for Book n Cookin can be found at [http://www.startupnation.com/leading-moms-in-business/contestant/8365/index.php].
The 2010 Leading Moms in Business ranking, conducted in collaboration with Ladies Who Launch (www.ladieswholaunch.com) and The National Association for Moms in Business (www.mibn.org), highlights some of the dominant trends, motivations and attributes among moms in business. They include:
A great eye for providing attractive discounts, coupons, savings and value, all especially important to consumer moms of the recession era.
A likelihood to come up with innovative products and solutions to address the challenging maze of motherhood. It’s an environment that demands resourcefulness.
Conscience-driven business, where “doing well” is just fine, but the real rush comes from doing good.
The attraction of being your own boss looms large for moms wanting to take control they just can’t find in a day job.
Sustainable solutions and responsible business practices are increasingly paramount.
Making the most of social media for business benefit is seemingly a birthright for the socially adept moms.
The full results of the 2010 Leading Moms in Business ranking are available on StartupNation’s website at http://www.startupnation.com/leading-moms-in-business.