Feeling hungry? How about some laverbread from Wales? It’s bread made out of seaweed. Or some honey ants in Australia? Oh, I know, try some […]
Hungry for some rhymes?
I am a farmer but I don’t have a farm. Just a tiny little garden in my front yard. I am a farmer, and if […]
A Day and Night in the Desert
A Day and Night in the Desert, by Caroline Arnold, is a fun book with cut paper illustrations and a descriptive narrative describing a 24-hour […]
Heroes of the Civil War
Susan S. Wittman, author of Heroes of the Civil War, starts with a brief description of the US Civil War, and then discusses a […]
Poetry is all around us
Nightwatchman of corners Caretaker of naps Leg-wrestler of pillows Depresser of laps. The bird-watching bandit On needle-point claws The chief of detectives On marshmallow […]
Did you know you have millions of tiny creatures living on your skin? Some are helpers, like the ones used to make medicine,but some can […]
What’s New at the Zoo?
I don’t know about you, but I am a visual learner. That’s why I love the trend of infographics and specifically this new non-fiction book, Animal […]
Everything Old Is New Again
The start of the new year always makes me nostalgic. I don’t get excited about what’s new; I long for the old. I go back […]