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At Carpenter Center, an explosion of creativity

As he runs his framed orange and yellow silkscreen painting under a bath, Chris Chow ’20 relishes his time in Annette Lemieux’s “Silkscreen” class. Behind him, Zoe Oz ’17 and James Jacoby ’19 create a kind of figure study of their own as they huddle to share the sink. 150 more words

Campus & Community

Claiming Noah by Amanda Ortlepp

From Goodreads: This riveting debut novel of psychological suspense explores the dilemmas that arise when motherhood and science collide.


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Women Writers


August 23rd – finally the 3rd edition of Insight Into Adoption  is released – as of today!

I went into quite a bit of detail in my blog #74 about the book, so I won’t repeat myself, but this 3rd edition has taken a long time to see daylight – 11 months going through the publishing process. 307 more words

Adopted Children

#74 - Book Release - 3rd time around

I have been very absent from my blog site and am just now feeling somewhat “normal” again.  For the last year and a half I’ve been involved in getting two non-fiction books published.  492 more words

Adopted Children

Squirky Wraps Up

Here’s what we’ve been up to these past few weeks, in a somewhat chronological order:

“Tested” the final Squirky book with a storytelling and craft session at the Bukit Timah Community Club’s Reading Club with around 30 children. 443 more words

Squirky Promo

Six things to know about Squirky #6

We’re launching the final Squirky book later this month at the Asian Festival of Children’s Content (more details to come soon) and we’re so glad (yet sentimental) that this series is coming to an end. 120 more words

Squirky Promo

The Math Problem

Since our family became 2+2+2, I have discovered my 1st grade math skills suck! I always want to make the equation equal out, and no matter how you do it, 2 adults can never equal 4 kids. 490 more words