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1. You might be a grammar redneck
With all due respect to Mr. Jeff Foxworthy, the indomitable king of all redneck-related humor I present to you a major reason some people may have trouble getting on with and communicating effectively with others in this life: they just might be a grammar redneck.
2. Why We Need Inspirational Stories
Education - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 11:42:25
We all walk through peaks and valleys in life. Some of those valleys are really dark places, and we need to know in the most crucial way that we will see the light again. Stories that inspire us to keep on keeping on give us hope and the promise of a better tomorrow.
3. My Best Friend is a Stink Bug! Oh yeah, he's an alien too
Books, Poetry & Writing - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 11:44:13
Nobody likes stink bugs. They smell terrible, they are invasive - and they never go away - like hungry teenagers in the kitchen. But do you know what happens when the tables are turned and those peculiar creatures become the heroes?
Lots of good things can happen.
Kids could get the idea that e...
4. How to keep a Teenage Boy Interested in Reading
Books, Poetry & Writing - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:52:23
Teenage boys leave the world of books all too often, and finding the means to lead them into lifelong readership can be terribly elusive. Here's a couple of ways to help them continue reading and keep them in the fold.
5. Long Shot: Somewhere Between Slim and None
Books, Poetry & Writing - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 11:35:01
When a young boy is diagnosed with an incurable illness, his devastated father will do almost anything to keep his son's hope alive -
Even the impossible.
Long Shot - Somewhere between Slim and None, is the story of Gordon Thomas and his son, DJ, who...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 11:35:00
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