Friday, June 15, 2018
Charlotte Bront : Jane Eyre. Timbre Angleterre.

Why Jane Eyre?

I like to look at the titles of books -- to muse about why the title was chosen, and what it might mean in...

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‘Don’t Feed the WorryBug’ @WorryWooMonster

It's Day 2 of the 31 Days Writing Challenge... Here's one book that has quickly become an absolute favorite in our house: Don't Feed the WorryBug!  My 3-year-old...
Nebraska - Willa Cather

Why is Willa Cather important?

Like me, you may have first discovered Willa Cather through My Antonia. Perhaps, you learned to love her style and prose, the dark irony...
Anna Karenina

Who is Anna Karenina – Controversial Heroine?

Like so many famous writers, Leo Tolstoy used the real-life experience in his infamous novel, Anna Karenina. Tolstoy arrived at the train station, only...

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Hard Times

‘Hard Times’ in Context

Against a backdrop of the infamous Industrial Revolution, with all its purported social and cultural advancements, the masses of poor and unrepresented factory workers...

What Elie Wiesel Says About Humanity?

Elie Wiesel has been seen as a voice of the Holocaust. Although he was not the first to speak out (and write) about his...
Umbrellas - Mary Poppins

Who’s Ready for the Return of Mary Poppins?

Think The Devil Wears Prada and Into the Woods, but with the fancy and whimsy of Mary Poppins. And, for that matter, go back...

Why I Love (and Hate) Audiobooks

I still remember when my dad read to us. I don't remember how young I was when I first heard a book read--it always...

‘Velveteen Rabbit’ Writing to Life #books

If you've read The Velveteen Rabbit, you likely remember the first time you picked up the book, the reading process, and even the culminating...


How to Select Your Backpack

Backpacks are a wonderful fashion statement, but they come in so many shapes and sizes that you might feel a little overwhelmed. Then, add...
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