Category Archives: children education

  1. “The Little Engine that Couldn’t”

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    January 23, 2018 by kittynh

    What happens when a train just CAN NOT make it over the mountain? My new book, “The Little Engine that …
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  2. Which of these does not belong?


    September 6, 2014 by kittynh

    My friend Jeff Wagg (check out his College of Curiosity), sent me a lovely gift. I really enjoy toobs.  I …
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  3. “Does this THING really WORK?” Bunny lets us know.

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    June 20, 2014 by kittynh

    Since becoming a bit of an invalid, I’ve had time to explore the internet. One of the most delightful finds …
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  4. Episode 4 review- Cosmos


    April 9, 2014 by kittynh

    Thank you to Claus Larsen again for his reviews of Cosmos. The scope of Cosmos 2014 is the biggest imaginable, …
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  5. The Mammy Doll, where history meets PC


    February 2, 2014 by kittynh

    I’m never sure how to explain the family Mammy doll.  My first inclination is to say “We’re not racists, really!” …
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  6. Students hate math? Ethan Brown is the cure!


    January 4, 2014 by kittynh

    I usually don’t promote anything on the blog, but I really wanted to let readers know about Ethan Brown.  I …
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  7. “Fairy Tales, Fairly Told” still fundraising for skeptic education!

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    August 1, 2013 by kittynh

    Skeptic fairy tales for children (and adults) for sale at TAM 2013.  As usual all the money was donated to …
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