Benjamin and I watched the movie about French teenagers. The movie is about 10 years old girl Lora, who is moving with her parents to a new neighborhood. Lora and her little sister Janna meet new friends. One of them — Liza…
so, I am going to read this one to Benjamin..
I love it more and more each day.
I love my boss; he/she is the best.
I love his boss and all the rest.
I love my office and its location.
I hate to have to go on vacation.
I love my furniture, drab and gray,
And the paper that piles up every day.
I love my chair in my padded cell.
There's nothing else I love so well.
I love to work among my peers.
I love their leers and jeers and sneers.
Last Thursday at Nelson Mandela was a day for each club to offer a so-called “Schnupperkurs” — a miniature, preview course that allows kids to check out the club and decide whether they’re interested in signing up. Despite a last-minute space conflict, I set up in a classroom with a pile of math books, a few printed articles about people like Vi Hart and Britney Gallivan, and a stack of paper.
Ira Rukki Krukki posted photos from Marseille.
To continue with scary German children books (begging is here : "Bed dreams"), want to share the book about the stranger.
First of all, this book has a great illustration.
The artist is in love with German expressionism. I was myself too, when I was a child.
got it for the next userpic of my Cursive project.
via petson found a cool book
from the series of "school are really readlly bad".
I like it!