Donna Falcone joined our Artist’s Way book club on a whim—and wrote down a dream. Six years later, a beautiful, unexpected thing has occurred.
Helping a child learn to read doesn’t require jumping from an airplane. Donna Falcone says you can start with the simple act of play—and other surprising ways.
How a doll named Bobbie who loved being a builder helped a classroom of preschoolers understand themselves and develop compassion.
Donna Falcone reflects on the ways that song has helped her find herself since childhood.
The fragrance of tea takes Donna Falcone back to another time, another place, stirring memories of illness, of family, of love.
Through constructive block play—which is actually a form of story-making—children use their hands and bodies to build their minds.
Donna Falcone discovered some creative writing workshops at the inaugural Festival of Women Writers at Hobart Book Village in New York.