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randomhouse:

A bunny-tiful assortment that would be perfect for your little ones’ Easter baskets.

Hop Written by Phyllis Root, Illustrated by Holly Meade

Pat the Bunny by Dorothy Kunhardt

Guess How Much I Love You Written by Sam McBratney, Illustrated by Anita Jeram 

Richard Scarry’s Best Bunny Book Ever!

Duck & Goose, Here Comes the Easter Bunny! Written and illustrated by Tad Hills

Mr. and Mrs. Bunny — Detectives Extraordinaire! Written by Polly Horvath, Illustrated by Sophie Blackall

Junie B., First Grader: Dumb Bunny Written by Barbara Park, Illustrated by Denise Brunkus

I Am a Bunny Written by Ole Risom, Illustrated by Richard Scarry

Home for a Bunny Written by Margaret Wise Brown, Illustrated by Garth Williams

The Velveteen Rabbit Written by Margery Williams, Illustrated by William Nicholson

humansofnewyork:

She was collecting rocks.

Found one!

humansofnewyork:

She was collecting rocks.

Found one!

(vía npr)

Man, I miss diagramming sentences. 

(Fuente: popchartlab.com, vía randomhouse)

teachingliteracy:

DICKENS AT CHRISTMAS

This Hardback edition gathers together not only Dickens’ Christmas Books but also stories that Dickens wrote for the special seasonal editions of his periodicals All the Year Round and Household Words, and a festive tale from The Pickwick Papers.

For the jacket, illustrator Emily Sutton created a festive Victorian shop-front, taking inspiration from Eric Ravilious’ High Street. The book is also beautifully illustrated throughout.

Available now from Vintage Classics.

(Fuente: vintagebooksdesign)

bibliolectors:

Merry Christmas, readers!!!! / Feliz Navidad lectora!!!! (ilustración de John Hendrix)

bibliolectors:

Merry Christmas, readers!!!! / Feliz Navidad lectora!!!! (ilustración de John Hendrix)

(Fuente: bibliocolors.blogspot.com , vía teachingliteracy)

teachingtheexceptional:

Ever wonder what’s the difference between a cat and a comma? Here is your answer.

teachingtheexceptional:

Ever wonder what’s the difference between a cat and a comma? Here is your answer.

(vía teachingliteracy)

mightyhunter:

This 17-Year-Old Coder Is Saving Twitter From TV Spoilers

Imagine you forget to watch a new episode of Game of Thrones the night it airs. Even if coworkers stay mum about important plot points, Twitter is abuzz with spoilers. Fortunately, there’s Twivo, a new program that allows Twitter users to censor their feeds from mentioning a certain TV show (and its characters) for a set time period. Jennie Lamere, a 17-year-old girl, invented the software last month—and won the grand prize at a national coding competition where Lamere was the only female who presented a project, and the only developer to work alone. Internet: Meet the reason we need more women in tech.

(From Mother Jones)

mightyhunter:

This 17-Year-Old Coder Is Saving Twitter From TV Spoilers

Imagine you forget to watch a new episode of Game of Thrones the night it airs. Even if coworkers stay mum about important plot points, Twitter is abuzz with spoilers. Fortunately, there’s Twivo, a new program that allows Twitter users to censor their feeds from mentioning a certain TV show (and its characters) for a set time period. Jennie Lamere, a 17-year-old girl, invented the software last month—and won the grand prize at a national coding competition where Lamere was the only female who presented a project, and the only developer to work alone. Internet: Meet the reason we need more women in tech.

(From Mother Jones)

(vía yearinreview)

(Fuente: qnp, vía webelieveyou)

confectionerybliss:

Edible Snow Globe
{La Receta De La Felicidad}

wowoooow

(vía bakeddd)