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Irene Latham
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Learning how to live my poem each and every day
Learning how to live my poem each and every day

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Irene Latham commented on a post on Blogger.
Carol, thank you so much for hosting and for The Art of Summering! I am treasuring my little notebook of Carol-poems and images... it will carry me through all the season! xo
Summer Waves Goodby But Summering Lives On
Summer Waves Goodby But Summering Lives On
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Irene Latham commented on a post on Blogger.
Dear Carol, this really speaks to me: "May all !our paths be filled with joy, even the rocky ones that we do not understand." Sometimes that understanding comes way later... so much trust involved... thank you for your beautiful words today!
My Path
My Path
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What It Means to Be An Amateur
What It Means to Be An Amateur
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I don't know which one of these is my favorite... they're all fabulous and inspiring!
Top Ten Rules for Performers
Top Ten Rules for Performers
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Irene Latham commented on a post on Blogger.
Hope Sierra is feeling better! And how lovely this returning home... as a child who moved a lot, there is no one place to return to, but several! If I had to pick one, it would be Port St. Joe, FL, where my father grew up and where we visited often... my grandparents taught me so much about love. Thank you for sharing with us, Carol! xo
In the Spirt of Returning
In the Spirt of Returning
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Learning About AWEtism
While in Chattanooga we ate at Southern Star restaurant , where we found inspiring quotes on all the tables! This past weekend we attended for the 2nd annual Southeast Adult Autism Symposium. It's a day dedicated to the needs of adults with autism and is at...
Learning About AWEtism
Learning About AWEtism
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HOPE IN THE HOLLER by Lisa Lewis Tyre
Last year at AASL in Phoenix and then later at NCTE in St. Louis, someone mentioned the dearth of books for children that portray families living in poverty. I thought instantly of HOW TO STEAL A DOG by Barbara O'Connor, because that family is living in a c...
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Racism in Children's Poetry
not the version, I got -- mine is the 1961 "Platt &  Munk Classic" Hello and Happy Poetry Friday! Be sure to visit Sylvia at Poetry for Children for Roundup. I look forward to reading everyone's posts today! Last month when I was in Memphis, we shopped at a...
Racism in Children's Poetry
Racism in Children's Poetry
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Movie Monday: GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN
This past weekend we watched GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN , not to be confused with CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (with Ewan McGregor) coming from Disney next month. This film centers on A.A. Milne and how he came to create Christopher Robin and Winnie-the-Pooh and all th...
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Meeting Mrs. Vandenberg
Reed Books (Birmingham, AL) When Charles Waters wanted to name the teacher in our book CAN I TOUCH YOUR HAIR? after a special real-life teacher, I was delighted! Teachers are heroes and should be celebrated. I was also delighted to connect with Becky (aka M...
Meeting Mrs. Vandenberg
Meeting Mrs. Vandenberg
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