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12x36 - See You Later Alligator... (Rhyming Animal Goodbye Sayings) Painted Wood Sign

LOVE this.

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Biographies of historical figures for children, flaws and all

Josephine: The Dazzling Life of Josephine Baker by Patricia Hruby Powell, illustrated by Christian Robinson. | 26 Children's Books That Celebrate Black History

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27 Books Parents Should Read To Their Kids Before They Grow Up

27 Books Parents Should Read To Their Kids Before They Grow Up #children #parenting #books #reading #family

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A guide for really bad parents…

[ Let's be honest- some kids are ] .. and grow up to be SUPER assholes. Not speaking for the book itself, but I looove the title!, lmao-----definitely too late now.---*aw, turns out it's not a *real book, go figure - oh well, still funny =].

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English pronunciation poem…

This was a fun challenge.

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14 Fractured Fairy Tales

Some fun re-tellings of old classic tales.

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14 Paintings That Revolutionized Art

Surpasses the da Vinci's Mona Lisa for her arresting gaze: Johannes Vermeer's "Girl with a Pearl Earring" 1665)

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Superhero School - Learning Activities

learning activities with a superhero theme

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Calling All Book Nerds: Here's Your Chance To See 'The Goldfinch' Painting In Real Life

Carel Fabritius-1622-1654 The Goldfinch 1654. One of my favourite paintings - it is at the centre of the new Donna Tartt book - The Goldfinch.

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The correct usage of ‘thy’ and ‘thou’…

This T-Rex wants to eat thee... A clearly underused sentence in the English language!

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How the Nobel Prize Was Born: A Surprising Story of Bad Journalism, Existential Guilt, and Dynamite

Bad Journalism, Existential Guilt, and the Business of Dynamite: The Surprising Story of How the Nobel Prize Was Born