My mother didn’t cook. The only thing I ever saw her make was this bread pudding. This is how she did it. She took her casserole dish and buttered it so the pudding wouldn’t stick. Then she toasted bread, buttered it, and tore it into bite-sized pieces. She did that until the dish was full.…
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Mark your calendars: The next Banned Books Week will be October 1 – 7, 2023!For more information, go to the American Library Association’s site HERE. Look for ALA’s Top Challenged Books of 2022 list in April 2023!
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Claire Nowak The English language is notorious for its use of silent letters. In fact, about 60 percent of English words contain a silent letter. But these often distressing words weren’t intended to be so confusing. These changes took place over the course of several centuries and eventually led to modern English pronunciations with little…
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