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Happy International Women’s Day

A shoutout to my amazing mom and additional stories that share about outstanding women–their grit, contributions, and trailblazing.

“And, like many of the leaders in the picture books I highlight below, she was a scientist in the way that she was a problem solver, and used questions, observations, and data to help her solve problems. 🙌

Sound similar to the role models in your life?”

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March Calendar of Days and International Women’s Day

*Note: Links are Amazon affiliate links. Clinking on these links supports my work. Thank You! Happy March 2022! Jump to PDF: March Calendar of Days As I write this, I am in beautiful Logan, Utah. ❤️ Even though we just had a few days in the 50s, it snowed ❄️last night, reminding us it is…

“Arithmechicks Add Up”

*Note: Links are Amazon affiliate links. Clinking on these links supports my work. Thank You! One of my FAVORITE ways to discover new books is by strolling through the library shelves…especially when I am in a new-to-me library, which was the case for today’s amazing MATH STORY find! 😍 “Arithmechicks Add Up: A Math Story”…

“Best in Snow” –April Pulley Sayre

*Note: Links are Amazon affiliate links. Clinking on these links supports my work. Thank You! Without looking at a calendar, how do you know winter is approaching?  The clouds?  The chill?  The movement of the animals?  The stillness?  Without the sights, sounds, and smells of the season, what would tell you winter is coming?  What…

“Red” by Michael Hall

*Note: Links are Amazon affiliate links. Clinking on these links supports my work. Thank You! Pulls at the heartstrings and opens the mind.  This is the type of book that I received as a gift this past winter from a close friend.  Powerful.  And I want to say and write so much more about how…

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