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Tribute to Lewis Carroll at the South Carolina Book Festival 2015

We were well-represented at the South Carolina Book Festival on May 16-17, 2015. Once again, John Myers, our former director, did a wonderful job orchestrating Turning Pages’ contribution at the Book Festival. 115 more words

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Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Community Service Award

We are so excited to announce that the University of South Carolina (USC) Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) presented the Community Service Award to Turning Pages on May 13, 2015. 78 more words

Adult Literacy

Artist Visits My Studio for private tuition

Learning Disability Artist Alison Picknell came to visit My studio today. We celebrated Alison’s work being Published in the Outside In booklet and her work on sale in the  115 more words



It’s no secret that teachers don’t have favourite pupils.  It’s unprofessional, cruel to the other children in the class and generally not fair as, of course, all children have the right to be treated equally,  But what I – and I suspect most teachers – do have, are pupils that stick in the memory, even ten or twenty years down the line. 355 more words


Ebola Mom, Part 34 

(Part of the Ebola Mom series)

Alright, well. I never needed you.

Bitch. 6 more words


Syntax - Building Better Sentences

Do you like variety in your life? Do you enjoy spicing things up? Do you notice when things are somewhat repetitive? Does it get a little old? 313 more words


Leveraging Character to Improve Academic Performance

As the owner of Nashville Learning Center I can truly say that I have been placed in situations with some of the most intellectual, friendly and helpful people. 575 more words