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April 24, 2020

These days, many of us are finding interesting and unique ways to stay in touch and help family, friends, and neighbors. From creating masks to, cooking "together" via phones, or learning how to do video conferencing. My family discovered that Skype enables us to play Yahtzee with Grandma...

April 20, 2020

Caron Levis enjoys writing fiction and plays for children, teens, and adults. She is the author of several picture books including Mama's Work Shoes (2019, Abrams); Stop That Yawn! (2018, Athenuem); May I Have A Word? (2017, FSG/Macmillan); the award-winning Ida, Always (2016, Atheneum) -...

April 10, 2020

It is so relaxing to lie on my back and watch the clouds drift and spiral past. Years of finding shapes replaced with deep breathing exercises and attempts to clear my mind (and emotions). I'm finding this particularly helpful these days. Precious, stolen moments to let wishes and dreams...

January 10, 2020

The civil rights movement is more than a few notable named and studied individuals. It's a societal uprising by blacks and whites, young and old against unfair and unjust, mean and arbitrary rules. Though many of the participants remain unknown and unsung, this Spring a couple of picture...

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