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Migrant by José Manuel Mateo, illustrated by Javier Martínez Pedro, translated by Emmy Smith Ready

Imagine a long scroll, that unfolds like a fan or an accordion. Each panel, when finally open, reveals a single, elongated picture, with sparse text to illuminate the densely populated illustration filled with mountains, animals, plants, people, that give way to trains, police cars, fences, highways, and a concrete jungle. 415 more words


Dr. Margo Isabel Selected as New Lower School Head

This summer, Wakefield School will welcome a new Head of Lower School who brings a global perspective and a focus on student-centered learning to our campus. 538 more words

Independent School

Ballet Eisteddfod in May

So we are very busy practising for the eisteddfod at the moment. I love eisteddfod time. We are busy learning all our dances and new choreography which is always fun. 159 more words

Gabriel García Márquez - Don of the Spanish language

Gabriel García Márquez, known affectionately as Gabo throughout Latin America, is a world-renowned Colombian author, recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature, and master of the Spanish language. 463 more words

Latin America

Trigos Columbian Restaurant - Lawrenceville, GA

Today’s chorus of “looking for lunch in all the wrong places” took me up 120 toward Lawrenceville. Just about to cross 316, I saw Trigos Columbian Restaurant off to my right, made a quick left, then a u-turn and caught the light into their complex.  214 more words


Supply Chain Management

What is supply chain management?
Supply chain management (SCM) is the combination of art and science that goes into improving the way your company finds the raw components it needs to make a product or service and deliver it to customers. 287 more words


Don Pedro - Norcross, GA

On another lone-wolf Wednesday, my quest for food took me south on Buford Highway.  As I was driving and looking for a place, I recalled having seen Don Pedro (Real Mexican Food) about two weeks ago, while going elsewhere, and the parking lot was absolutely packed.  460 more words