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Free eBook- Augario's Adventures in Evaporating

on Tomorrow's Earth Stewards

by Eva Heaps

8 hours, 12 minutes ago

By Allison Choi, illustrations by Kirsten Malsam Forward: Anthropomorphizing to explain nature need not, indeed should not, be limited to explaining nonhuman animals. Even the elusive chemistry in evaporative […]

Tinnitus Project

on Addison Mirliani

by Addison B. Mirliani

21 hours, 23 minutes ago

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Family and Changing the World: An Afternoon at Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House

on Museum Studies at Tufts University

by Lucy R. Wickstrom

22 hours, 44 minutes ago

I spent the past week with family. On the last day of my youngest sister and my mom's visit to Boston, we journeyed out to Concord to spend the afternoon at Orchard House -- the home where Louisa May Alcott […]

Week 6 - October 16th, 2021

on english180bachngo

by Bach D. Ngo

1 day ago

Freud'sTotem and Taboos was a fascinating read that made me think about the relationship between the child and the totem. I was very intrigued by the story of little Arpad and his relationship with the fowls. The […]

Beyond Seahorses and Hermit Crabs: Eric Carle’s Biocentric Anthropomorphizing for Fostering Empathy and Care

on Tomorrow's Earth Stewards

by Eva Heaps

1 day, 8 hours ago

Review by Leah Harrigan There’s certainly something special about the works of Eric Carle (1929-2021), the American author and illustrator who left a legacy of more than 70 children’s books celebrated wor […]