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This Friday's feature is author Peter Reynolds. I was introduced to his work via Scholastic Book Clubs. Teaching is just my excuse to collect children's books. Scholastic makes that so easy. As I have mentioned before, I have a goal to get my hands on as many books that I can that have black and… Continue reading Peter Reynolds
A tribute to my circle of friends, my sisters.
Thank [God] in everything [no matter what the circumstance may be, be thankful and give thanks], for this is the will of God for you [who are] in Christ Jesus [the Revelator and Mediator of that will].1 Thessalonians 5:18, Amplified Bible It is my belief that holidays serve as a reminder of what is important.… Continue reading Speak the Word Only: Give Thanks
I vividly remember being 6 or 7 and daydreaming of my wedding day that would happen at age 25, 27 at the latest. I am pretty sure I was single at 25, and I was fairly confident that the relationship at had at 27/28 would result in marriage. Thankfully, it did not. When I… Continue reading Too little, Too late – Part 2
There is no other name higher than the name of Jesus
Meet Sonja Jones, a caring Birmingham preschool teacher and nanny, a dedicated dance teacher for Ursula Smith Dance Academy, an accomplished dancer apart of the Brown Sugar Nutcracker, future children's book author, a loving daughter, a supportive sister, and nurturing mother of a beautiful 7-year-old daughter. She has now added solopreneur/boutique owner to her list… Continue reading Small Business Saturday Business Spotlight: Chic Gems
Fridays are dedicated to some of my favorite black and brown children's book characters. I have been a teacher for about ten years and a reader for about 30 or so years; therefore, I am reasonably familiar with the lack of diversity within children's literature. Oddly, I do not recall being concerned about diverse characters… Continue reading Princess Truly