Would you like to stop abusing PowerPoint? Good. This blog post can help.
Is it just me, or does “This is the lady who knows what children think — BEFORE THEY DO” sound like the tag line for a horror movie? Â You will be relieved to know that Ruth Krauss could not read children’s minds. But she was an excellent and sympathetic listener. In her earliest work, she
Two high-school cartoons by Crockett Johnson. Neither has been seen since the 1920s.
Tim Egan, seriously funny author-illustrator of picture books, deserves a prize. A big prize. In this post, I try to explain why.
For those of you in the northern hemisphere, August and September mark the beginning of the fall term – or, at least, they do if you are or have been a student, a parent/guardian of a student, or a teacher.Â This mix is for you.Â And, yes, I know that I’ve omitted the Beach Boys’
Different kinds of scholars, different kinds of scholarship. But many paths to success in academia.
If you donâ€™t already read Richard Thompsonâ€™s Cul de Sac, you really should. This is one of the comic strips that will, in the future, be regarded as classic. It’s that good.
An uptempo mix created in June 2010. Features new and old music of many genres.
A for horses? B for mutton? C for yourself — it’s the Cockney Alphabet!
How a failed book proposal launched a career. Mine. Viva failure!