Author Megan Willome takes poetry advice from Winnie-the-Pooh and revises a poem.
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Maybe you’ve heard the concept of being a literary citizen? We’re taking it further, making it epic and inspiring. Come along if you want to dream and *be.*
Poem On Your Pillow Day slipped in quietly, leaving poems, pillows, and quiet bits of love—from Prague and Belfast to New Zealand and North Carolina.
How many books does it take to save your child from the Summer Reading Slide? Get the answer, plus 10 totally fun ideas for how to keep summer reading in swing!
Kimberlee Conway Ireton shares her top 10 YA and children’s books (actually, 17 or so).
Just in time for Children’s Book Week, we visit the children’s book exhibit, The ABC of It, at the New York Public Library.
How do you get off your book-writing plateau? It might involve a knife and sponge.
The right way to teach writing, according to Pooh. A poster you have to soil your hands to appreciate. Alabama’s new poet laureate on Damned Ugly Children. The poetic losses of 2012. Will Willingham has This Week’s Top 10 Poetic Picks.
The best in poetry (and poetic things), this week with Will Willingham 1 Art What would you do if a mystery artist left exquisite sculptures on literary doorsteps all over your city? Well, if you’re Edinburgh, City of Literature, you put them all on display in a national tour. Last year, an unknown artist crafted […]
Being a grandfather is the best job in the world, and here are the top 10 reasons why. It’s also possibly the easiest, because your grandchildren teach you.
Feeling a word before we actually know its definition is like a firework. Join Callie Feyen and write some “firework” words with us.
Children’s stories lead us into our most imaginative selves. Come kindle your curiosity, encourage your whimsy, spark your creativity, and find new ways to think and be, in this inspiring writing workshop that uses children’s stories, as well as grownup’s stories, to take you through the looking glass.
Reading to our grandsons has taught us that the “social time” of reading is just as important as the reading itself — reading tells them they matter.