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#GreenGablesReadalong | 5 Reasons Why I Love Anne of Green Gables

Hi everyone, happy Sunday! First off, I’d like to apologize for the unexpected blog silence. It’s been a very busy week and I’ve so far failed at scheduling posts (so much for those… 599 more words

Canadian Literature

Beth and Chrissi do Kid-Lit 2015 - JANUARY READ - Five Children And It by E. Nesbit

What’s it all about?:

Robert, Cyril, Anthea, Jane, and Baby brother “Lamb” find an ancient Psammead sandfairy who grants them one wish per day. But whatever they wish turns wrong. 650 more words

Book Reviews

A Fairy Tale Entry Event

It’s been a while since I last posted. Let’s be honest, pregnancy and a change of grade levels will do that… Ha! This year, I’m teaching first grade.

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Children's Literature

Book 3 - Anne of Avonlea

“Anne of Avonlea” by Lucy Maud Montgomery

They say slow and steady wins the race but all I can say is I’m glad I’m not in a book reading race this year. 303 more words

Childrens Literature

The Stone that Wished to Know the Wind.

Once there was a small smooth stone that wished to know the wind. The small stone only knew how to sit still. It patiently waited for many years, till finally, one day in Autumn, a young boy came passing by. 261 more words

Art

Ms Marvel : a Muslim superhero for our time

I want to thank my beautiful buxom friend Charlotte for this recommendation….it would have certainly passed me by without her signposting. This is the first comic book I have purchased for my own enjoyment although my interest in comic books had been piqued in advance. 659 more words

Grown-up Literature

Flashback Fridays: Into the Woods . . .

You’re a family who has just moved into a mysterious old manor house by a huge woodland.  Your girls soon sense something is amiss as the older one starts sensing a presence watching her and the younger starts to exhibit strange behaviors.   696 more words

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