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A Mother's Touch

If you were lucky enough to grow up with a mother, like I did, there are certain things about her you will never forget. For me, one of those things is my mother’s hands. 777 more words


Ciao, Tu by Beatrice Masini & Roberto Piumini

Il primo giorno di scuola di Michele gli propone una sorpresa: un bigliettino nello zaino scritto da una compagna di classe (ma quale?) e la scelta sul proseguire la conversazione (con bigliettini messi dietro la lavagna) o meno. 217 more words

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iKids and Halloween 1: The Business of Scare

In the spirit of horror movies, this will be a two part series

Scaring people is big business and this year is sure to break records as Halloween is celebrated on Friday, October 31st. 562 more words


Meet our student intern Santiago Salazar from U.C.F.

Meet our student intern Santiago Salazar from the University of Central Florida who is researching Youth Workforce Programs for his Capstone Project. Today Santiago met with Chelsea from Covenant House Florida DOVE Program to help him with his research. 16 more words


Families and "boomerang kids" - not necessarily a bad thing.

An article titled “Some Millennials – And Their Parents – Are Slow To Cut The Cord” appeared on my Facebook feed today. And there was much rejoicing, at least in this mom’s world. 566 more words

Family Life

2 Piñatas + 6 Games of Ping-Pong + 8 Meals = Un Buen Día - Emily & Andrew's Peace Corps Adventures

by Andrew Nilsen
Re-blogged from: May We Suggest

I’ve never seen such gigantic pots in my life.  In fact, I’ve only seen one pot comes close, which is at my father in-law’s cabin down in Cave in Rock, IL.  676 more words

YA Commentary

#140 Fever 1793

Title: Fever 1793 | Author: Laurie Halse Anderson | Release Date: August 16th, 2011 | Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers | Format: ebook | Page Count: … 550 more words