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September - An Idea for Every Day - Week 4

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(Updated 8.25.2022) We finally got our summer camping trip in! Yes… it’s true…. we waited until after our first snowfall, but nevertheless, we got it in! And, technically, it’s still summer, so "Woohoo!" to accomplished goals. Our nieces and nephews spent the weekend hunting down Bigfoot and feeding chipmunks. My sister and I got scorched in the concentrated UV waves that come with higher elevations while on a four-mile walk around a nearby lake; our husbands came through relatively unscathed. Trips were made to a local Starbucks because our coffee solution failed. And while we formed plans to go again in two weeks, those plans quickly changed. It appears that as the season comes to an end, the campsites are booked solid. So, we’re not the only crazies going out this late in the season! It truly was a weekend of memory making and I’m so glad we were able to do it before summer’s end! What's coming up this week? Well, I’m glad you asked. Check out these daily holidays wi

Don't Eat That!

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I love picture books and so am thrilled to review one today.   Picture books are every Leader of Littles' dream.   I don’t care how old you are, if you’re willing, you can always learn something from a picture book.   They are little gems full of knowledge, art, and entertainment.   You have a short amount of time to get the message across, and creativity must shine through.   For picture book reviews, the format will remain much the same as the chapter book format with one addition: Artwork Description. I’ll alert you to potential spoilers with *asterisks* surrounding the header.   Target Audience If you enjoy humor, puns, and persistence,  Don’t Eat That! is a must-read for you.   This enjoyable book, told in cartoon format, will have you laughing out loud while encouraging you to return to your unresolved frustrations. While any student or teacher is likely to connect with this story, those who have experienced frustrations in problem-solving and emotio