Daily Archives: July 22, 2013

Lois Lowry’s “Number the Stars”: A Discussion Guide

Free pdf download:  https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/339720 Or https://davidbruceblog.wordpress.com/about-the-blogger/ The purpose of this book is educational. I enjoy reading Lois Lowry’s “Number the Stars,” and I believe that it is an excellent book for children (and for middle-aged adults such as myself) to … Continue reading

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Source of Photo:  http://imgur.com/gallery/rRRqqvf On 22 July 2013, someone posted a photo on Imgur of a note that a co-worker received thanking him for a good deed. The note stated, “Hats off to Phil who found my phone. U r a … Continue reading

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Nancy Garden’s “Annie on My Mind”: A Discussion Guide

Free pdf download:  https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/339564 Or https://davidbruceblog.wordpress.com/about-the-blogger/ The purpose of this book is educational. I enjoy reading Nancy Garden’s “Annie on My Mind,” and I believe that it is an excellent book for young adults (and for middle-aged adults such as … Continue reading

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“What’s the Most Uplifting, Warm, Beautiful Thing You Can Say to Someone?”

In July 2013, Redditor critical_mess asked this question: “What’s the most uplifting, warm, beautiful thing you can say to someone?” As always, Redditors gave some outstanding answers: 1) Vuh1337 wrote, “A professor once told me, ‘You are the type of … Continue reading

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Breaking Bad Cosplay (with Bryan Cranston)

Source: boxmonster,  “So my wife bumped into this amazing (and eerie) Breaking Bad cosplay. Later learned that underneath the mask was Bryan Cranston.” Reddit and Imgur. 22 July 2013 <http://imgur.com/bpr4Nvy&gt;. Source: brianglimore, “This is the moment when Bryan Cranston took … Continue reading

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Shark Rescue

In July 2013 in Rush, a small seaside town in Fingal, County Dublin, Ireland, Jeff Williams and his family heard from a local woman named Colette Connolly that about 30 small sharks — probably tope sharks —had been caught in … Continue reading

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