1. Be curious – Aliana wanted to know why the light from the full moon was so bright, so she read about the phases of the moon. 2. Be creative – Aliana experimented with light and reflection, using shiny objects in her house to create a surprise for her brother. 3. Be patient – AlianaContinue reading “Countdown to Apollo 11 50th Anniversary – 4 life lessons from Aliana”
In honor of Volunteer Appreciation Week, I was able to be part of a project at the Boulder Public Library’s MakerSpace. If you follow this blog, you saw a post recently featuring some of the incredibly creative artwork that has been made there. On Monday, a group of 20 volunteers from around the city ofContinue reading “Volunteer Appreciation Week”
An Author’s Two Cents: Interview With Picture Book Author Laura Roettiger https://lindsaymaeveschubert.wordpress.com/2019/02/17/an-authors-two-cents-interview-with-picture-book-author-laura-roettiger/ — Read on lindsaymaeveschubert.wordpress.com/2019/02/17/an-authors-two-cents-interview-with-picture-book-author-laura-roettiger/ My experience with children and as a writer on my journey to publishing.
A few of my favorites from a recent visit to the museum. The first picture was from an animated work. The second is “O’Keefe after Whistler” by David P Bradley and brings two different artists together in a fascinating way. Several others are from the “Animals in Art” exhibit which is dedicated to our never-endingContinue reading “Denver Art Museum part two”
Source: Would You Read It Wednesday #266 – Gus’s Big Idea (PB)