Tag: John D. Fitzgerald
A season of reading
Growing up, the library’s summer reading program was always a highlight of the summer. Finally, treats for always having my nose in a book! Alas, I never won any of the big prizes. Our program was all about the number of books read, not the number of pages. And I kept choosing really big books.…
Beyond the frontier
At my museum, we get a lot of school tours. Sometimes, we even get survey responses or comments or samples of the lesson plans teachers use to prep for the field trip. Generally speaking, this makes me very, very happy. And generally speaking, I’m amazed to see how creative teachers are in connecting their textbooks…
Everybody poops. . .
For anyone who spends any time with children, there are certain questions and subjects that come up over and over again. Subjects like bathrooms and poop. At a museum like ours, this comes up fairly frequently. We have outhouses, including one two-seater (glamour!). We also have donkeys–you can always tell when they poop in front…