This post contains affiliate links because I like to eat. Feature image found here. Chances are, since you came across this blog post, that you have probably read your fair share of classics. Or you have at least thought about it, started some, or have seen several movies based off of classics. Most likely if … Continue reading Why you should reread classics
This post contains affiliated links I love seeing spoofs of children's literature, even the obscene ones. However, as I was reading to my daughter the other night I started to notice there's enough creepy nonsense in a lot of these stories to begin with. Spoofs may not even be necessary. So now I will ruin … Continue reading 6 Children’s books that are just wrong
Finally! It's ready for sale, on Amazon.com. Early Literacy Starts with You! is my eBook that 1) explains why early literacy education is so important. 2) Gives you a better idea of our education system today and why we need to he;p our students at home. 3) Tips and tricks to get your child interested and … Continue reading Early Literacy Starts with You!
I do not get to work on fiction nearly as much as I would like to. Fiction writing is one of the few mental releases I have in this world but unfortunately, I just can't tune out of real life long enough to actually write anything of consequence most days. Occasionally though, I can get … Continue reading New Story- “Carefully”
I have been so surprised with how many of my younger students who have been interested in the classics. I think supporting that interest is very important and knowing background information can make them more appealing.
Since we began publishing our occasional series, ‘Five Fascinating Facts‘, a couple of years ago, we’ve covered a range of famous authors across well over 50 posts. What follows are our 15 most popular posts in this ‘Five Fascinating Facts’ series (hence our labelling them the ‘best’ of all our author-related facts posts). Further information (and more interesting facts!) about a particular author can be found by clicking on the links provided, which take you to the full post. For the archive containing all posts in the ‘Five Fascinating Facts’ series, click on the link provided above.
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