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I Need a New Bum and other stories by Dawn McMillan, Illus. Ross Kinnaird.

I Need a New Bum and other stories by Dawn McMillan, Illus. Ross Kinnaird. Pub. Oratia, 2017.

Three short illustrated stories in rhyming text on the poo, bum wees theme that are certain to attract reluctant primary and intermediate readers particularly boys. 134 more words

Intermediate Fiction

After Hurricane Maria, still homeless in San Juan, but now with food and a view

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/weather/hurricane/article180377356.html

A tiny encampment for the homeless, flush with supplies, has thrived on a picturesque beach on a San Juan lagoon. Israel Vila lives in a makeshift shelter along the shore and talks about his experience on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 after Hurricane Maria struck the island. 485 more words

Puerto Rico

Review: Cheeky Wipes

If I had to pick only one product to recommend to prospective parents (or current parents) it would be Cheeky Wipes.

We stumbled across these at a baby show at Kensington Olympia and were immediately sold on the idea because disposable wipes are horrible for the environment and we wanted to try to limit our use of them. 301 more words

Toddlers

Shiny Distractions

Each Wednesday, WordPress provides a theme for the Weekly Photo Challenge. 22 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge

WOMEN WITH BIGGER BUMS ARE SMARTER AND HEALTHIER, OXFORD UNIVERSITY STUDY SAYS

While her butt size is largely determined by genetics, which dictate where she store fat, science provides another reason why we should L-O-V-E every inch of whatever her momma gave her, according to an Oxford University study. 207 more words

GIST

Gate the fucking alleys

So apparently the royal palm neighborhood is trying to get gated fences on their alleyways.

About Damn time!

i have questions though! soooo many questions! 682 more words

Street Corner Bums

As a child of the 60’s I grew up listening to all those long-hair musicians.  It was an age of protest and self-indulgence, of pushing for justice for others but selectively obeying laws for ourselves. 674 more words

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