How Eric Carle helped me keep a promise
I knew first graders expected to learn to read. Furthermore, because they were six, they expected to learn right now! Continue reading How Eric Carle helped me keep a promise
Friday Field Trip: City Cafe’ & Bakery
If this sounds familiar, you’re right. I published it back in May, but thought I’d re-post today. Libby’s story of how she spent the morning of September 11 is very nearly my story. Again, writing what I know. Continue reading Friday Field Trip: City Cafe’ & Bakery
Friday Field Trip: Edith W. Fritsch Elementary School
In my novel, Us, Now and Then, the fictional Libby McCormack gets her first teaching job at the very real … Continue reading Friday Field Trip: Edith W. Fritsch Elementary School
My first author Q&A was with fourth graders. That still counts, right?
I have been fortunate to volunteer in my granddaughter, Olivia’s classroom since she started school. Every year, every teacher has … Continue reading My first author Q&A was with fourth graders. That still counts, right?
Why Teachers Are Walking Out
The author links teacher walkouts to the #metoo movement. He may have a point. Read on… https://wp.me/p7eF2i-2Z Continue reading Why Teachers Are Walking Out
Book Report: Can you make room for hope, faith, and opportunity?
Three cheers for Carson City, Nevada author, Teri Case on her debut novel! I was lucky enough to receive it … Continue reading Book Report: Can you make room for hope, faith, and opportunity?
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