We asked for masterpeeps. You delivered. Here are the finalists of the 2014 Peeps Diorama Contest.
One of my favorite new traditions
A bunny-tiful assortment that would be perfect for your little ones’ Easter baskets.
Hop Written by Phyllis Root, Illustrated by Holly Meade
Pat the Bunny by Dorothy Kunhardt
Guess How Much I Love You Written by Sam McBratney, Illustrated by Anita Jeram
Duck & Goose, Here Comes the Easter Bunny! Written and illustrated by Tad Hills
Mr. and Mrs. Bunny — Detectives Extraordinaire! Written by Polly Horvath, Illustrated by Sophie Blackall
Junie B., First Grader: Dumb Bunny Written by Barbara Park, Illustrated by Denise Brunkus
I Am a Bunny Written by Ole Risom, Illustrated by Richard Scarry
Home for a Bunny Written by Margaret Wise Brown, Illustrated by Garth Williams
The Velveteen Rabbit Written by Margery Williams, Illustrated by William Nicholson
Always remember - the Easter Bunny is more than a fable!
It’s that time of the year so let’s give some love to Bunnymund and the rest of the Guardians > reblog if you believe or if you’re going to look for the eggs on Easter :}
Happy Easter with Rise of the Guardians :}
I was just trying to watch this, but my DVD player is dying
Also a good book series by William Joyce
A short vignette of a book being created using traditional printing methods.
Graduation season is fast approaching, the time of the year when some of our favorite writers are tasked with summing up the wisdom to be accrued from the process of growing up in ten succinct minu…
I am a Person of Color. I clarify this to make it understood that I use the phrases I’m going to talk about in this post on a daily basis. I use them without thought to those who are around me understanding, and I use them because I’ve always used them. They are my default.
So what does that…
This statue of Edgar Allan Poe > all other statues.
The master of magic realism was the region’s best-known writer. His novels were filled with miraculous events and characters; love and madness; wars, dreams and death. He died Thursday at 87.
Thank you for your words, Sir
Rest in Peace
“We find what we are looking for. If we are looking for life and love and openness and growth, we are likely to find them. If we are looking for witchcraft and evil, we’ll likely find them, and we may get taken over by them.”
April is National Poetry Month, a time when poets and would-be bards alike turn their attention to verses both free and formal. If you’re going to write poetry, why not try giving your work a unique twist, something that editors of literary magazines don’t already have piling up on their desks? Here are five unexpected poetry forms to inspire your muse and make your poetry stand out.