My award arrived in the mail for the anniversary edition of Falling Uphill. Yay! You could call this my coming of age journey. The sequel is planned for 2037. I imagine I’ll have some interesting perspective as I do it all again. Well… maybe not the whole world via bicycle. Thank you Next Generation Indie Book Awards
Please visit our new website Dreamplay. It’s been 4-years in the making. Along with our new book, “Dream it!” We’re dedicated to teaching kids how
A guide for the complete beginner Well, the first step, as you can see, is to get a cat that walks over your keyboard and
Here is a long overdue update about the book project. Pictured above is the the incredible tile wall installed this school year at Parker Woods
Finally, the best part of the whole project — the book celebration. Many people told me it was a smash hit. It was amazing to
Above: A male monarch butterfly sipping nectar from a milkweed plant. Picture courtesy of Judy Ganance. And make the world a more beautiful place At
This is another one of my favorite all-time photographs. Unlike the past 3 photographs where I was standing on the roof of the school, this
There has been a lot of progress happening with the monarch butterfly book and all the related projects. Here are a few highlights, including the
Classroom Activities and Upcoming Celebration Above is a hint of what is coming to Parker Woods Montessori Science Fair. This fantastic black light butterfly garden.
Make-A-Book Project Update Summary: Illustrations are done (except for our make-up session). Ms Nall, the art teacher, has been great to work with. I learned
The Make-A-Book Project begins at Parker Woods Montessori I’m excited to announce that the new book will be about the monarch butterfly, which is truly
The picture above is from Adventure Cycling Associations #TGIF quote, which you may recognize. I did! Thanks Adventure Cycling! I’ve used your maps many times.
Celebrate Creativity and Invention! Cincinnati Mini Maker Faire is back and is at an exciting new location. The event brings together amateur and professional inventors,
Ruby the Red Worm inspired hundreds of homes to begin kitchen composting, and not just the families involved with the book, but the friends, families