Women over the past thirty years have had a determination not to be like their mothers or any other woman of the past. Instead the focus has been on a successful career, financial independence and a family. Many women have struggled with... Read More
The dark ages. A period in history that brings to mind kings, castles and dragons. A time in the period of history of England where the myth of Arthur was born. Castledon explores the evidence of sixth century England in an attempt to... Read More
When bats “listen” for their high pitched squeaks returning to them it is referred to as echolocation. Bats need this to locate the insects they eat. They also prefer to pollinate large, white, musty smelling flowers. Olmstead has... Read More
Faith at work. This may describe how Tessler survived the atrocities of the Holocaust and then more than fifty years later wrote about it in his book. Letter to My Children is a book that recounts his life before, during and after World... Read More
“Wampum should bring peace and bind peace and take the place of blood.” This is according to legend and tradition of how Hiawatha introduced wampum to the Iroquois at the founding of the League of Nations. Tehanetorens (Ray Fadden)... Read More
Whirligig? Rio Rattles? Congophone? New vocabulary? No, just the names given to toys one can make with the instructions given in Czernecki’s craft book, which is an invitation to children and adults to experience hand made toys with... Read More
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