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2015: A Few Favorites

2015: A Few Favorites

It’s always difficult to choose the best children’s books of any year, for, I must confess, I love them all!  I have […]

Jan 27, 2016     No Comments
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Road Trip!  Views from the Back Seat

Road Trip! Views from the Back Seat

Summertime invariably ends up with a family road trip, and that means something is needed to keep the children busy […]

Jul 13, 2015     No Comments
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A Little Mood Music

A Little Mood Music

Art is how we decorate space.  Music is how we decorate silence.  – Anonymous Greetings! Ms. Jane here, from the […]

Jun 22, 2015     No Comments
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Waves and Water

Waves and Water

Time to hit the waves, even if it’s only in your imagination!  Canadian transplants and regulars on the TV show […]

Jun 15, 2015     No Comments
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Jerry Pinkney brings a new Aesop

Jerry Pinkney brings a new Aesop

Jerry Pinkney adds to his collection of Aesop’s Fables with a new, and richly illustrated, The Grasshopper and the Ants published […]

May 11, 2015     No Comments
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Check Out the Music of Jim Gill

Check Out the Music of Jim Gill

I went to a Read Aloud Delaware conference last month and children’s entertainer, Jim Gill, was the keynote speaker. When I […]

Apr 9, 2015     1 Comment
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Sing to Your Child …Shamelessly!

Sing to Your Child …Shamelessly!

Singing has a way of slowing down our words and helping children learn vocabulary in context.  It gives such a […]

Aug 28, 2014     No Comments
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String City: From Magdeburg to Nashville

String City: From Magdeburg to Nashville

Our Wishing Chair puppeteers just returned from a puppetry festival in Magdeburg, Germany – Nashville’s sister city.  They traveled with […]

Jul 21, 2014     No Comments
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Everybody has a Song

Everybody has a Song

If you need an excuse to read poetry to your child (and who doesn’t?), take this opportunity to share this poem […]

Apr 10, 2014     No Comments
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We love Emberley Monsters!

We love Emberley Monsters!

For Halloween, here are our favorite monster books by the father/daughter team of Rebecca and Ed Emberley.  Ed’s monsters are easy to tame, […]

Oct 31, 2013     No Comments
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