Are you familiar with the “Summer Slide?” According to Richard Allington, American scholar and researcher at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, “learning or reading skill losses during the summe
I was raised essentially fatherless.
I was nine years old when I met my biological father for the first time. I only remember speaking to my father on two occasions. Then, he died in prison when I was twelve.
“You’re the worst father I’ve ever seen!”
Our friend Helen went on to say, “Bo, you’re so consumed by your business that you don’t know your kids or what they’re doing.
Welcome to Audiobook Month! Audiobooks are ideal for every kind of reader, from commuters to teachers to parents. They can be enjoyed just about anywhere! It’s been proven that audiobooks promote literacy.
Tessa Afshar returns to the podcast to talk about her new book Bread of Angels.
My father passed away last year. I think of him constantly, his enveloping smile, his unqualified acceptance, his understanding. What he taught me by example still shapes my life.
It’s a beautiful, lazy San Diego Saturday and I’m alone in my living room with the ATV remote braced against my leg.
Hundreds, if not thousands, of books have been written on the Second World War.