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National Poetry Month 2015

April is National Poetry Month.  Started by the Academy of American Poets, it is now the largest literary holiday celebrated around the world.  You can visit the… 61 more words


Read With Me Sunday (x3): Where the Sidewalk Ends

Wow, this is a historical post! I have never posted three books for the week… scary, but I like it! (If you want to see the other two posts, click… 266 more words


Top Ten Books From My Childhood That I Would Love to Revisit

Unfortunately as a child I wasn’t much of a reader. It wasn’t until I picked up the Harry Potter series in fourth grade that I started reading, and at that time all I would read was Harry Potter. 106 more words

Harry Potter

Something About Sundays #13

“There is a place where the sidewalk ends
and before the street begins,
and there the grass grows soft and white,
and there the sun burns crimson bright, 107 more words


I decided long ago that getting a tattoo would not work for me: I would simply not be able to decide on anything I would like for the rest of my life. 86 more words



So since it ’tis the season, and its snowing everywhere, I thought I would offer Snowball for all you kids and searchers.

One of our favorite books to read to the kids is Shel Silversteins’s “ 183 more words


Shel Silverstein Revisited

Most of us know the Shel Silverstein of The Giving Tree or Where The Sidewalk Ends.

He is a poet, author, artist, illustrator and musician. A Renaissance man. 221 more words