October 2023

Doctor Seuss

Dr. Seuss, whose real name was Theodor Geisel, was an extraordinary author and illustrator who created a magical world of words and whimsy for children. Let’s embark on an adventure to explore the incredible journey of Dr. Seuss, from his early life to his beloved books and the enchanting characters he introduced to the world. […]

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Mark Twain

Mark Twain, whose real name was Samuel Langhorne Clemens, was a remarkable writer from the 19th century. He lived in a time when steamboats ruled the Mississippi River, cowboys roamed the Wild West, and a young United States was growing and changing rapidly. Let’s dive into his fascinating life and discover why he’s one of

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Lewis Carroll

This is the man who created the wonderful Book Alice In Wonderland. His name is Lewis Carroll.  Alice In Wonderland is a magical story with lots of fun, surprises, and characters that you’d love to meet and go on  adventures with! Here are some reasons I think you would love such an adventure.     9. 

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Laura E. Richards

Laura E. Richards was born in 1850 to Julia Ward Howe. This was the same Julia Ward Howe who wrote the Battle Hymn of the Republic. After marrying Henry Richards in 1871, Laura moved her young family to Gardiner, Maine in 1876 when her husband was offered a management position at the family paper mill.

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Julia Donaldson

The first contact I had with Julia Donaldson was on theoccasion of reading her poem about entering a book.It was gloriously told how she entered the book and howit took her over doing marvelous things for her until finallyback she is thrust into the world of everyday life. Such adelightful poem and tribute to the

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Alfred Lord Tennyson

The man who wrote the poem, The Eagle was born in England in the year 1809. He grew up in a big house with many brothers and sisters. As a boy he loved telling stories about great adventures of knights in shining armor. By the time he was almost grown his hair was long and

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Roald Dahl

Isn’t it wonderful how children have been loving the stories by Roald Dahl for years and years and years? That is because he wrote the most fantastical stories~ always getting his characters both in and out of trouble at every turn. What’s more amazing is the fact that he seemed to delight in conjuring up

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Dav Pilkey

The Remarkable World of Dav Pilkey: Captain Underpants Introduction Hey there, curious young readers! Have you ever wondered how the hilarious, wacky, and sometimes downright silly Mr. Underpants came to be? Well, you’re in for a treat as we dive into the incredible world of Dav Pilkey, the creative genius behind the Mr. Underpants books.

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Patricia Maclaughlin

Who among us who have read or seen the movie ‘Sarah Plain And Tall’ can forget the story and the memories it created in us about venturing out into the unknown on the chance of finding a better life? All the story characters feel the same sense of not knowing what their future will bring

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C. S. Lewis

C. S. Lewis is the man who brought us the amazing Tales of Narnia. Clive Staples Lewis was born in Ireland in the year eighteen ninety-eight. He had a father, a mother, one brother and a dog named Jacksie. The family lived in a great big house filled with books. Books were piled in stacks

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