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Book Review: Dewi & the Seeds of Doom by Maggie Lyons

Title: Dewi and the Seeds of Doom

Author: Maggie Lyons

Year Published: 2012

Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing

Pages: 70

Recommended Age: 6+ 396 more words

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#Fridayreads: Anne's House of Dreams

It’s #FridayReads with metadata master and sales team all-star Caity Anast, who talks about her current reads:

Before Christmas, I decided to listen to Anne of Green Gables… 471 more words

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Anatomy of a Project: Houses

In the fall, I committed to trying out doing projects more with the kids and we tried a few things had one real success. With all out outside commitments, we have had to dial back and simplify and drop all the “extras” projects (we’re still doing some math and writing projects), but I wanted to back up and blog about our resources and the way this tiny germ spread down rabbit trails. 1,171 more words

Homeschooling

Portland Travelogue: Shops

In between all the meals in Portland, we did a lot of shopping. Mostly we admired beautiful things we couldn’t afford, but shelled out a few bucks here and there for some goods. 214 more words

Erynn Im-Sato

Aladdin

I’m illustrating Aladdin right now.

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All images are copyright © 2006-2015 Lily Todorova
These images may NOT be COPIED, REPRODUCED, or ALTERED in any way. 25 more words

Digital Paintings

Book of the Week: Arsenic for Tea

I’m back in the children’s section with this week’s book of the week – embracing my long time (20-year plus) love of boarding school stories with Arsenic for Tea by Robin Stevens – the second book in her Wells and Wong series. 633 more words

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The Charm of a Small-Town Library in Maine

Whenever I travel with my family, small-town libraries always call out to me. Whether it’s a pint-sized building packed with endless history and knowledge, or the personalized service – usually offered by a little old lady – I’m always drawn to the quaintness of a small-town library. 235 more words

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