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December 1, 2016

Book Reviews For Kids By Kids- The Mark of Athena and The School for Good and Evil

Posted by Linda

 

For those of you who are looking for new books appropriate for middle grade that both boys and girls might enjoy, this is the place to look! Every month, a new book (or two) will be added for review right here and they will be reviewed by the best critics, KIDS! That’s right, the one’s who read them will be the judge! This blog is written by my quirky and adorable niece, Madelyn. She’s super sweet and quite ambitious in everything she sets her mind to. She’s quick to help and give hugs, two of my favoritist things!  First, for …

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November 14, 2016

Minotaurs: Punishment from Poseidon

Posted by Shara Lane

 

  The origin story of the Minotaur is one of punishment given by the god Poseidon to the disobedient King Minos of Crete. King Minos sacrificed his most prized bull each year to Poseidon, but one year a calf was born that was so exquisite he chose to sacrifice a lesser bull in order to save the prized one for himself.  Poseidon was not fooled by the immolated calf, and punished King Minos by his wife, the queen gave birth to a half human half bull child.   Since King Minos we have seen Minotaur in movies and books.  In …

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November 11, 2016

Falling for Apple Pie!

Posted by Linda

 

                                                 Falling for Apple Pie November is here and that means Thanksgiving is right at our doorstep, so I thought it would be fun to share some of my personal favorite pie recipes with you. After all, there is no dessert that says “home” or “holiday” like a pie. Here’s a holiday rhyme to start things off, When all the leaves are off the boughs, And nuts and apples gathered in, And cornstalks waiting for the cows, And pumpkins safe in barn and bin, The Mother says, “My children dear, The fields are brown, and autumn flies; Thanksgiving Day is …

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November 7, 2016

Dress up the Reignited Book Cover Contest

Posted by Linda

 

Ah, to walk out your door and feel the chill upon your cheek as you gaze upon the street and see pops of yellow, orange, pink, green and gold! The smell of chimneys and fresh pine fill the air while sounds of wind rush through the trees and leaves crunch beneath your boots. The sun’s warmth lingers as the new wind carries an excitement that touches your soul. “Fall is here! Fall is here!”, our hearts shout with a twinkle in our eye and a lightness to our step. “Fall is here! Fall is here!” I just can’t help it, the beauty of fall excites me! I love …

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November 2, 2016

November Thankful Contest and October Art Contest Winner!

Posted by Linda

 

Just days ago, the whole town was alive with music and laughter. Parades, carnivals, and parties; dancing, eating, and singing. Yes, it was Halloween. The adults danced and danced in costumes both scary and silly while the trick-or-treaters paraded the streets, feasting on skittles, sour pops and all sorts of sweets. The air was filled with excitement and magic that night but now, the streets and sidewalks have gone quiet. Costumes and candy wrappers litter the floor of the children’s rooms and the jack-o-lantern’s light has long since gone out. For those of you who participated in October’s Contest of …

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