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Bridal Shower for the future Mrs. Tell

Yesterday was the beautiful Lauren Conrad’s bridal shower. Her wedding date is soon approaching, and we cannot wait to see how stunning she will look on her big day! 51 more words

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Fruit forever ripe

One of the best moments in working on beautiful illustrated books is when you see the final product.

When you’re an editor and/or proofreader, you only see the project at certain stages. 1,415 more words

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The Return

Thou know’st the marksman—I, and I alone.
Now are our homesteads free, and innocence
From thee is safe: thou’lt be our curse no more.

-Schiller… 1,562 more words

Defense Of The White Race

DON'T FORGET THE 'STORY' # 11

Ages 3-7
Angus & The Mona Lisa by Jacqueline K. Cooper (an attempt to steal the famous Mona Lisa)
Gandhi: A March To The Sea… 90 more words

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The Lone Ranger: the part with the William Tell Overture.

In the recent movie The Lone Ranger, we see an origin story, tweaked to reflect modern sensibilities about the Ranger, Tonto, the Old West, and good and evil. 354 more words

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GUEST BLOGGER: WENDY LAHARNAR

The YA/Adult novel, The Unhewn Stone, deals with one of my favourite historic heroes, William Tell and today its author, Wendy Laharnar, stops by to answer some questions about her writing process for this, and other works. 809 more words

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BOOK REVIEW: THE UNHEWN STONE

A different spin on the William Tell legend. The protagonist of this story is eighteen-year-old Stefan Gessler, the twenty-first century descendant of Tell’s nemesis, Hermann Gessler, governor of the Swiss Canton of Uri back when the country was under Austrian domination. 287 more words

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