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Past A&M Home Pages

“I would have written you a shorter letter, but I did not have the time.” I love this quote from Blaise Pascal, who was (as Encyclopaedia Britannica so eloquently puts…

Past A&M Home Pages

The latest book from M.C.Tillson doesn’t have a thing to do with lighthouses! What? It is, in fact, a rhyming picture book for all ages with delightful illustrations that are…

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It’s easy to help when you’re doing something. But if you’re like me, helping by doing nothing is really difficult. It’s counter-intuitive. It’s contradictory to our “get-er done” ethos. And…

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Just because we’re “staying home” here in the San Francisco Bay area, doesn’t mean that everything has come to a complete stop. I thought it might be a good time…

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Reading is a topic we come back to time and again, so I’m happy to pass on these links that promote the importance of reading—for all of us. “No book…

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Past A&M Home Pages

Past A&M Home Pages

There’s not just one way to do the right thing—it’s different for each of us. But we all know when someone does the right thing—and when they don’t. I’ll give…

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Experts say that the third grade is a kind of tipping point for reading. The research is clear: if children cannot read proficiently by the end of third grade, they…

Past A&M Home Pages