Cindy’s Award-Winning Underground Railroad Novel for Kids
Read the thrilling story about twelve-year-old slave Moses as he escapes on the Underground Railroad. Teachers love the accurate historical information it contains and the 3.8 reading level suitable for middle graders with average reading skills. Kids like the heart-stopping adventure about a boy who is on the run from slave catchers. Parents appreciate the story of a slave who defies the odds to become free, inspiring kids to see we all have a destiny worth fighting for. Cindy gives kids history with a heartbeat.
Thud. One minute I was striding up the rocky and remote access road behind our high school and the next moment I lay sprawled on the ground. One slip on a rock, one misstep, and in one second this happy walker morphed into a casualty of exercise. I didn’t know it...read more
How do we fight racism in America? What does it take to eliminate hatred and fear? One day Katie Ganshert, a white mother raising an adopted black daughter, watched a documentary that wouldn’t let her go. This American Life aired an episode called “The Problem We All...read more
I have family members with dyslexia who find reading hard work. I wish they didn't have to struggle to learn this necessary skill. I recently found out that if certain changes are made to books, these people are better able to understand what they are...read more
Are you a history buff? Do stories about the Underground Railroad peak your interest? http://Visitphilly.com has put together an incredibly easy-to-follow guide to Underground Railroad sites in the city. Areas of interest are clearly summarized, and a city...read more
In this familiar painting from the Cistine Chapel, Michelangelo portrays God giving life to Adam through the touch of his finger. A new life form was created when the hand of God touched man. We have a much different understanding of finger-pointing. When...read more