Joseph Chilton Pearce on Being Wrong

When our child trips and skins their knees on the playground, we comfort them and kiss them and put on a bandaid. When they are old enough, we might teach them to clean their cuts and bandage themselves. However, we do not teach them to never explore the playground again.  When our child pronounces a…

Reading Corner: The Pout-Pout Fish

“Blub. Bluuub. Bluuuuuub.” These three words and everything about how they’re presented in The Pout-Pout Fish—from the spelling, the all caps, the growing font size, and of course the accompanying pictures by Dan Hanna—make them the star of this book each and every time they appear. (And they appear A LOT. Have you noticed I love…