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Flashback of a Flashback Fridays: Tell me a tale of krakens and kings . . .

Reposting an older Flashback today, mainly because the 4th festivities have meant more mommy time and less writing time.

You’re a kid living in New York City and you notice strange things are going missing: doorknobs, tuna sandwiches and bronze statues.   838 more words

General Posts

An Intensely Valuable--and Ongoing--Experience

Margaret chooses and shares children’s literature which always engages our young listeners. We believe Margaret’s reading sessions have enhanced literary appreciation of our children and increased their desire to read and understanding of the process.

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Journey

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AMERICA! Let’s hear it for free libraries and the right to read whatever we want. ❤️ In the spirit of independence, this photo courtesy of IndieBound.org.

Children's Literature

Summer Reading 2015

Here is my summer reading book list. It’s a collection of old and new, professional and unprofessional, kid and adult (somewhat). I also have several books that have been RECOMMENDED so I’m not sure how that will shift my tags as I work through these texts.

Kids

Adult vs. Children's fiction

On a recent trip to my local library, I picked up two books by two of my favourite children’s authors. Plugged by Eoin Colfer (of the Artemis Fowl series) and Switch Bitch by Roald Dahl (Matilda, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory etc.) Both these books were adult fiction and I was interested to see how the author’s style differed when writing for this older audience. 358 more words

What Is The Child?

I’m currently in the the middle of my three month dissertation writing time and I’ve been reading a lot about what constitutes as “child” by different literary critics and also ideas of the “child” in different cultures and traditions. 401 more words

Child Development

Acquisitions

I’m quite excited about some recent acquisitions I’ve made. Check out these additions to my personal library:

Folk and Fairy Tales (Critical Theory)

Myth

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Word Weaver