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SkinnyPop Popcorn Cakes

These low calorie mini popcorn cakes are made with 100 percent SkinnyPop non-GMO popcorn, sunflower oil and just the right amount of sea salt. They are gluten-free and without trans fat, preservatives, artificial flavors and ingredients, and all major allergens: peanuts, tree nuts, soy, dairy, wheat, eggs. Kosher. Available in three flavors: sea salt, sharp cheddar and cinnamon and sugar. Prices vary. skinnypop.com

Lifefactory Water, Cafe and Baby Bottles

These pretty glass bottles offer a pure taste with no leaching from plastics or metals and are BPA/BPS- and phthalate-free. They come with a colorful protective, insulating silicone sleeve that provides a non-slip gripping surface, which helps prevent glass breakage. Bottles available in a variety of sizes and colors. Bottles can be mixed and matched with several cap styles. Baby bottles are compatible with most breast pumps. All bottles and caps are dishwasher safe. Prices vary. Available in local stores and lifefactory.com

Chef'n Stack n' Peel

Never lose track of peelers again with this three piece set that snaps together for easy storage. Straight, serrated and julienne blades are included to cover all fruit and vegetable peeling needs. It also has finger buttons for a more comfortable grip and a built-in potato eyer. Top-rack dishwasher safe. $9.99 chefn.com

Pamela's Ambition Bars

Ambition Bars are soft and chewy, caffeinated grain- and gluten-free bars that come in rich and unique flavors: Cold Brew Chocolate, Espresso Myself, Masala Chai, Matcha Happiness and Salted Caramel Latte. Each bar has 4-5 g of protein from navy bean flour and yellow pea protein, 70 mg of caffeine and 350 mg Omega-3 Fatty Acids. Organic, non-GMO, kosher and vegan. Prices vary. pamelasproducts.com

Intuition+: Mom’s Personal Assistant

Designed with busy moms in mind, the app is a one-stop shop for list making and calendaring, and presents everything in an easy-to-follow format. Tasks can be viewed by category or location, helping parents alleviate crisscrossing around town to get things done. Organize grocery lists by store and To-Do lists by category. The calendar syncs with iCal and Google calendars to keep everything in one place. Free.

Must read: The Drive to Learn

What the East Asian Experience Tells Us About Raising Students Who Excel

Grove draws on over 100 anthropological studies of children’s learning and child-rearing in China, Japan and Korea. The studies reveal that those children are highly receptive to classroom learning. Why do they come into classrooms with such attentive and engaged attitudes? How do they acquire the drive to learn? Can American parents benefit from knowing how Chinese, Japanese and Korean parents think about and carry out child-rearing? “The Drive to Learn” explores these questions. Available at retailers nationwide.