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To think that I saw it on Mulberry Street.

I love Dr. Suess’ books and his first,”To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street”, is no exception.  The young protagonist of the book dreams about what to tell his father what he saw on his walk, each thought more elaborate than the previous one.  154 more words


3 Picture Books that Inspire Creativity and Innovation

This post started out as a far too technical study that I was about to unleash on you. Then it dawned on me. These books are magical because they can inspire and provoke feelings, emotions and ideas. 831 more words


Moments Become Memories

It is all for the bright!

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Back across the pond, I go

So here I am, sitting at MSP waiting for my flight back to the UK via Iceland. An extended stay back ‘home’ this time: the third and final stint of the professional part of my sabbatical. 984 more words


Mar 27, 2018

Quote of the day

Today you are you, that is truer than true, there is no one alive who is youer than you.

-Dr. Suess

Quote Of The Day

Early Three’s

Happy Spring Break! Our Early Three’s are working hard learning their name and shapes! This week we made name dinosaurs, so make sure you have your child practice that at home. 43 more words


Children? I Do Not Like Them, Sam-I-Am!

Theodore Geisel, better known by his pen name, Dr. Suess, wrote more than 40 beloved children’s books. With such classics as The Cat in the Hat… 153 more words