Anandamayi Baker

Jottings From Jazianzza We’d Love Your Opinion!

Greetings to everyone in our beautiful hive. Thank you for being a part of our journey. Our deepest desire is to have Jazianzza Azzaza Buzzabee’s Bee-Coming Strong book, which I’ve begun calling her “memoir”, fly around the world helping children build self-confidence, navigate bullies, and foster inner peace. We’ve had many children and the adults […]

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Jottings From Jazianzza Breath. So Simple. So Complex. So Vital.

Greetings to everyone and thank you for being a part of this wonderful hive celebrating Jazianzza Azzaza Buzzabee’s book, Bee-Coming Strong. I was honored to be her translator and now have the joy of letting the world know about it. Jazi suggested I focus on breath for this newsletter as it was one of the most important things

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Jottings From Jazianzza Bee-Coming Strong Wins Award!

Jazi and I are thrilled to tell you that Bee-Coming Strong just received the prestigious Literary Titan Gold Book Award. Literary Titan describes itself as “an organization of professional editors, writers, and professors passionate about the written word.” They wrote a beautiful, insightful 5-star review of the book a few months ago and put it into consideration

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Jottings From Jazianzza The Genius of George Washington Carver

Greetings to everyone from Jazianzza and me, and welcome to our journey with the newly published Bee-Coming Strong. One of the enduring gifts of my childhood came from my grandfather’s love of reading. In his library I found a biography of George Washington Carver written for children that left a deep imprint on my life. Carver’s

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Jottings From Jazianzza Who is endangered? Plus, a cool idea for kids!

Jazianzza wanted me to tell you something that she feels a bit awkward about. National Honey Month in Sept. was started in 1989 to promote both beekeeping as well as honey. The thing that Jazi wants to share is that it isn’t the honeybees that are endangered because of pesticides, loss of habitat, and the

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Jottings From Jazianzza: So What Do Honeybees Do In The Winter?

Honeyazza! Greetings and Happy New Year from Jazianzza and Anandamayi! We hope that you had a beautiful holiday season, filled with much joy and sweetness, and are getting off to a good start in this new year. Our book Bee-Coming Strong launched in November. Thank you for all the beautiful support you provided during this exciting time. The book

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