Every year, we remember those who served in the armed forces. Below are a few books to honor the courageous individuals who defended
I thought this was really neat. I like how it’s a live map and you can click through and read
This leading fantasy author is renowned for his complex fantasy worlds. In this six-part series for students at Brigham Young
I remember reading Douglas Adams’ Hitchhiker’s Guide and marveling at the worlds, and how things, characters, and ideas moved and
Spending time looking at maps this month, makes me delve into world building and development. How do you build a
In the fall of 1955, the Texas and Local History Department of the Dallas Public Library published a literary map of
The first edition of Walden (1854) included this map, drawn by Thoreau and based on the survey of Walden Pond that he
Do you remember the elevator scene in the children’s book Eloise? The spunky six-year-old guides readers through one of her daily
ROAD TRIP! Did you pack snacks? Pack emergency supplies? Stop and use the restroom before you got in the car?
“Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch’intrate“ “Abandon all hope, ye who enter here” How do maps allow us to access, interpret
“A mind not to be changed by place or time.The mind is its own place, and in itselfCan make a
“If my doctor told me I had only six minutes to live, I wouldn’t brood. I’d type a little faster.”
Imagery courtesy of Renders/Lumion.
A “spoonerism” is a slip of the tongue where the speaker inadvertently swaps the consonants or vowels in a phrase.
The dream: a tattered notebook bursting with snippets of fairy poems and the first paragraphs of a bewitching short story…