Here’s the latest snippet from a cosmic activity book my collaborator, Mary, and I have been working on. It’s a classical reasoning game called Odd-One-Out, where 3-4 words are provided, but one doesn’t fit, thus being the odd one out.
This game is ideal for 5-8 year olds.
whites see red
and blacks sing blues
and don’t forget
that catchy handle
a world that spins around itself
a dog that bites its tail
a ghost that nails its coffin shut
a world that’s bound to fail
Today marks the very first Shel Silver-Sunday, where I pick a wacky poem from one of my favorite children’s book poets, Shel Silverstein.
When originally thinking about this post, I wasn’t sure whether to write it or not. Rubik’s Cubes aren’t really games; however, they kind of are at the same time. On one side, they have a very different mechanic to normal games. There are no cards, no dice, and no board for starters. That being said, […]
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I’ve been working on a children’s picture book with my collaborator, Mary, called Snobbity Snowman. The story is about a snowman who has everything a snowman could want: a shiny hat, freshly-picked noses and enough pride to last a lifetime. Sadly for him, misfortunes crop up which causes Snobbity to rethink his frosty ways.
We hope to have this book available by Fall 2017. Please leave any helpful suggestions in the comments section. In the meantime, I’ll try to post more snippets in the near future.
On this day of bountiful light, I share my Tryangle of Life with you.