Shark Week is Discovery Channel’s annual program event to celebrate, well, sharks. This year The Bee and I have cable and can watch some of the programs (yay!). In addition to the programming offered on the Discovery Channel, we also explored books and other mediums to learn about sharks. At the library, I shared these picture books […]
Confession: I hate origami but paper folding is an inexpensive and easy way to add to craft time. This easy frog craft combines some paper folding and fun to extend book activities.
Disclaimer: I was sent an advanced reader’s copy of this book in exchange for an honest review and an honest review is what you’ll get. Affiliate links are used in this post. If you make a purchase using my link, I will receive a small commission. I like Lisa Scottoline, I do. She’s a friend to libraries […]
When the original Roots miniseries came on way back in 1977, I was only four but I can remember the event that surrounded the airing of the miniseries. My family would gather around the huge television in my grandmother’s living room, all routines for the evening taken care of earlier that day because in those […]
I was “introduced” to Mary Beth Temple through her wonderful podcast, “Getting Loopy” where she talked, mostly about crochet and fiber related crafts. Through Mary Beth, I was made privy to a world where crochet wasn’t knits poor old cousin (my initial thoughts towards working with a hook), but a fantastic craft in it’s own […]