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Dot & Ziggy in Chicago

I’ve been sitting on a couple of articles, waiting for the perfect time to respond.  Actually, no, there is no perfect time….I’ve been waiting to figure out how to formulate a response to two very different articles about small children … Continue reading

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PictureBook Review: Amandina

Amandina is a little dog with golden eyes.  She is shy and has no friends.  She is also very talented at many things.  She decides to make friends by putting on a performance.  What follows is lovely tale and a … Continue reading

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Halloween and Blurring the Line Between Real and Pretend

What does Halloween have to do with children’s play, and PictureBook Plays?   As adults “take over” the American version of a holiday with origins in pagan rites and religious observances, how do we make sense of it for young children?  … Continue reading

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