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What Barbara Curtis and her family learned from a paper route… 🙂

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aren’t just entertainment. Children are “raised on” them.

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This article is mostly about how threats to gun ownership convinced an ex-leftist-radical couple to join the NRA and get a gun (in that order), but it also has a nice vignette of a feminist-pacifist-minded mother coming to grips with raising boys.

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Sherry at Semicolon is asking for recommendations for books about Texas to assign to sixth graders. She’s already got a pretty good list of a wide variety of books, fiction and nonfiction both, if you’re looking for kidlit recommendations yourself.

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A heads-up for Christian mothers of little girls. Phil at Brandywine Books has info on a contest you might like to enter.

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watch this video.

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It can be fun for kids to learn about guide dogs. (I especially like the part where the kids raise their hands when the blind lady asks them a question…)

hat tip: a comment at Half Pint House

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