Education

In Community :: Lori Pickert

August 31, 2012

We are so pleased to welcome educator and author Lori Pickert to the blog today as a part of our In Community series.  Many of you may already know Lori from her well-loved and oft-referenced blog.  Or, perhaps you have picked up a copy of her fantastic new book, Project-Based Homeschooling, which is a truly [...]

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Welcome Summer

June 21, 2012

Yesterday marked the first day of Summer, and we are celebrating with a surprise project from Co-Editor, Bernadette Emerson. Mermaid Tails for dolls are a perfect way to celebrate the magic of reading, and the love of doll play with children of all ages and genders. We hope that you enjoy this special surprise project, [...]

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Growing Up Sew Liberated

June 9, 2011

I am so pleased to have had an opportunity to review Meg McElwee’s newest book, Growing Up Sew Liberated. This is Meg’s second book, and it is filled with projects and patterns for babies to young children. I have been following Meg’s work for some time now, and what I have always been struck by [...]

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