And for the third and final(for the moment anyway) of my revisited original tales inspited by fairytale/folktale elements, here’s The Magic Carpet, which was published in The School Magazine and was inspired by my childhood love of The Arabian Nights. 2,028 more words
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it’s common knowledge that J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis had a unique friendship. since social media and the Internet weren’t around during their time, we don’t actually know what a typical conversation was like between the two authors, and can only assume it usually involved meeting at the local pub to discuss what they were working on. 134 more words
During the past month, I have seen a few Internet videos concerning literary role models for women – more precisely the lack thereof. One video was of a little girl and her mom taking books off of a shelf to prove a point that children’s literature had few role models for young girls. 1,068 more words
My last collection of books was a wonderful mix of amusing picture books and novels for older children. I told you about the YA anthology in my last post, so this time we’ve got two picture books and a middle-reader, all of them a bit on the whimsical side. 822 more words
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I hope you have better weather than we have here at the moment, it’s kinda cold November rain and not Welcome Summer warm and sunny. 271 more words