Last night, the kids and I talked about poems and poetry readings. Then they folded some papers together and made their very first poetry chapbooks.
The younger kid turned three recently. I asked her what she wanted for her birthday. This was her list: A car with a girl driver A car with a boy driver A little ipod “just for me” A movie about a tiger Big sandals A blue hat ABC Candles A book called “96” The Secret … Continue reading Anything you want, you got it.
Here are two stories, one by Lindsay and one by Nicholas, both written for computer classes in grade three or five. I’ve preserved the grammar and spelling errors, WHICH IS DIFFICULT TO DO IN THE DAYS OF SPELLCHECK. Enjoy.
ghost town-ing in saskatchewan (Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territory and the traditional territory of the Cree and Saulteaux, Assiniboine and Métis). A ghost town is a completely abandoned town or city. The term is sometimes used in a deprecated sense to include cities, towns, and neighborhoods which, while still populated, are significantly less so … Continue reading Exploring Saskatchewan Ghost Towns, a guide
Here’s a few little chapbooks and children’s books in pdf form, for free. Enjoy! I looked at a different prayer every week for over three years, keeping track of them in a document. The prayers were listed alphabetically by the author’s first name, but I also jotted a quick note about the content of the … Continue reading Li’l Free Books