Sweet Dreams, the Sequel

It’s that time of year again, when I am invited into the home of one of my families to read bedtime stories to their children, as part of our school’s silent auction fundraiser. 296 more words

Children's Literature

Star Wars Episode VII: A New Threat

This one’s for geeks, nerds and fans everywhere. With little information still available as to what the new Star Wars film will look like and how the story will unfold, it leaves a lot to the imagination. 8 more words

Children's Fiction

Creative Writing - Ember Moon (a story for children)

Continued…..

Back to the alcove behind section ‘z’ and The Meeting

“Hello, my name is Koray; I believe you have a small book that belongs to me. 929 more words

Creative Writing

Flashback Fridays: There are really five Easter Bunnies, and they must be the five kindest, and swiftest, and wisest in the whole world . . .

You’re a little Cottontail bunny with a dream.  A dream to someday be an Easter Bunny.  Others may laugh at your dream, but you won’t be deterred. 764 more words

General Posts

Looking for Easter

On one of my jaunts to the library to pick up books I had on hold, I stopped at the Easter display for new titles.  This one is a few years old, but it’s the first time I had seen it. 181 more words

Picture Book Reviews

PAPER ASSIGNMENTS: LTWL 116

ADOLESCENT LITERATURE

These assignments are designed to encourage independent investigation of literature and related issues. Because the quizzes demand a focus on assigned texts, lectures, and class discussions, the papers provide you the opportunity to explore original territory in the field.They also monitor your abilities to formulate questions, topics, and theses of your own; to generate a thoughtful program of investigation and research; and to demonstrate your rhetorical and linguistic skills through the use of evidence and argumentation — of these valuable critical thinking tools you will need in any professional discipline. 811 more words

Only In My Dreams

Only In My Dreams

(From the orphaned child)

By Paul G Day.

In my dreams,

I see you floating,

On an island made of cloud. 120 more words

Children's Fiction