Your favorite little ones will find humor and heart within Ann Ingalls’ new release PENCIL—A STORY WITH A POINT.
A TEACHER’S PRAYER-Help me be grateful. For the students who like to learn, and feel challenged by those who don’t.
My mother was fearless. She fed a cub in Yellowstone before “Do NOT Feed the Bears” became park policy.
When our prose is clunky or cloudy, writing poetry can keep the mind and imagination percolating. After all, our mantra is Write, Write, Write.
I must have grown up under a rock in Detroit. Diversity didn’t mean much to me until college. In the 60s, I interned in a 2nd grade classroom in Kalamazoo, Michigan.