Read to someone who can’t

Hi, all, it’s Sher today with a long overdue post about literacy and how you can help. A month ago, Grammarly invited me to post on World Literacy Day. Sad to say, I was starving at the time, throwing up everything I ate. After 6 months of this, I was …

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‘Where do you want to go?” (by book)

Hello again, Paul here.  In my “Back to School” post, I discussed how important reading was to me growing up.  I also asked you, the reader, to tell us your favorite children’s books.  I want to thank everyone that stopped by, read the post, commented, and tweeted.  There were some …

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And the winner is . . .

Sorry, but I don’t know yet. It doesn’t matter to anyone who didn’t enter the writing contest, but to Mrs. Beard’s 7th grade students, it could be the start of a writing career, or at least the start of an interest in writing to further another career. There’s no doubt …

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