How many songs do you know from Cleveland.com's "101 Most Important Songs in Cleveland History"? Are there some songs that you think should have been included?
St. Patrick's Day is almost here and I have a great Read It book and Make It craft. S is for Shamrock: An Ireland Alphabet a non-fiction book by Eve Bunting and Illustrated by Matt Faulkner is the perfect way to learn facts about Ireland and St. Patrick's Day.
This book relates a different fact about Ireland for every letter of the alphabet. Facts about Irish Wolf Hounds, The Blarney Stone and the city of Dublin are just a few of the facts presented in this book.
An imposter returns claiming to be Rebecca Winter, who’s been missing for over a decade. While the resemblance is striking, can she really step into the life of a girl she knows nothing about? So begins a tale told in alternating chapters by the real Rebecca, recountin
President's Day is another opportunity to educate your child about the history of our country in a fun and entertaining way. You can read President's Day by Anne Rockwell and Illustrated by Lizzy Rockwell.
Introducing the newest addition to our Makerspace technology, the Silhouette Cameo 3! Tonight's Maker Monday shows how to use the Silhouette Cameo to cut out custom designs from the computer onto heat transfer vinyl, which can then be ironed on to T-shirts and other clothing, tote bags, pillows, and more!
Big wins for Adele, Chance the Rapper, and the late David Bowie were interspersed with performances that included tributes, collaborations, and political statements. Here is a recap of the night with some listening suggestions available at WPPL!
Let's Celebrate Black History month with an educational read and craft. Henry's Freedom Box: A True Story from the Underground Railroad by Ellen Levine and illustrated by Kadir Nelson is a touching story of a young slave's journey to freedom. Henry's Freedom Box tells the story of Henry "Box" Brown and how he mailed himself to freedom in a wooden crate. Henry is known as being one of the Underground Railroad's most famous slaves. This book will bring up great conversation and teach your child about an important time in the history of our country.
Another girl title in the same genre as those who’ve come, well, “before”. A story about an austere home with an aloof and mysterious owner whose tenants are required to adhere to strict guidelines of minimalism. Jane has just moved in and learns
The Australian Open ended yesterday, and the results are in:
MEN'S SINGLES: Roger Federer (Switzerland)
WOMEN'S SINGLES: Serena Williams (USA)
MEN'S DOUBLES: Henri Kontinen (Finland) & John Peers (Australia)
WOMEN'S DOUBLES: Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA) & Lucie Safarova (Czech Republic)
MIXED: Abigail Spears (USA) & Juan Sebastián Cabal (Columbia)