Monthly Archives: January 2012

Travel Tuesday

Ever wonder how people make buildings?  Here’s one that’s a real head-scratcher.  Originally built in 798, the Kiyomizu Temple in Kyoto, Japan was rebuilt in 1633.  Why is that interesting?  Because they built the entire temple without using a single … Continue reading

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Mississippi Monday

Did you know shipping things by barge up and down the Mississippi River can be better for the environment than using trucks or trains?  Barge shipping often uses less fuel and creates less pollution.  Join us on Mississippi Mondays to … Continue reading

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Little Bitty Book Review: A Place to Call Home

A Place to Call Home by Alexis Deacon and Viviane Schwarz Ah– my new favorite book of  the day!!  When some not-so-bright hamsters outgrow their home they venture out into the world and across the yard to find the perfect spot.  … Continue reading

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