Pippi Longstocking by Astrid Lindgren
I’m not exaggerating when I say that I don’t know who I would be without Pippi. The brash, tough, aggressive little girl was my hero. She’s still my hero, tbh.
To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee
Pippi was transformative for kid Lindsay, and this one was transformative for teen Lindsay. Continue reading “Books that Changed Me”
Here’s the trailer for Sisters of Mercy, our newest project. Watch our trailer on Youtube, comment with your hopes and dreams for female superhero characters, give us some encouragement, share with your friends and followers, show us some love!
Sometimes ridiculous and sometimes dead serious, Sisters of Mercy applies a feminist lens to the superhero genre. It’s about complicated and complex women characters, women working together, women making jokes – starring two women of colour!
In the vein of Buffy and Supernatural, the series treads the line between comedy and drama. With snappy dialogue, ridiculous monsters and adorable sidekicks, the Sisters of Mercy Team fight evil while interacting with relevant social issues.
Follow along with the production blog, HERE, for more information.
You find some strange things sorting through store rooms and filing cabinets in old Anglican churches. Recently, I came across a decades old scrapbook with Bible stories for children glued into it. Instead of just recycling the crumbling book, I brought it home with the intention of cutting out the images for art projects. As I pulled the pages out, I discovered that each one had the conclusion to some sort of object lesson story at the top. Just the conclusion. I have no idea how each story started.
The images are from the Bible stories on the other side of the scrapbook pages.
Scroll down for some Sunday School fun! Continue reading “Out of Context Sunday School”
The kids took a photo every day for a month. Continue reading “Photo-a-day May”