brwnpaperbag:

Funny faces made with inanimate objects by Sabine Timm.
brwnpaperbag:

Funny faces made with inanimate objects by Sabine Timm.
brwnpaperbag:

Funny faces made with inanimate objects by Sabine Timm.
brwnpaperbag:

Funny faces made with inanimate objects by Sabine Timm.
brwnpaperbag:

Funny faces made with inanimate objects by Sabine Timm.
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"A quiet and introspective 15-year-old girl receives an unlikely visitor in the night, setting off a series of sudden and profound changes in her life including new special powers, a new worldview, new friends, a new summer job, and an urgent task to expose the destructive plans of her hometown’s largest and most respected employer. This story is a classic American coming-of-age vegan superhero thriller – a can’t-put-it-down page turner delivered with intelligence and humor.
http://www.viviansharpe.com/
Marla Rose is a writer, activist and community builder actively involved in Chicago’s flourishing vegan movement. In 1998, she and her husband created the pioneering vegan web magazine, Vegan Street. In 1999, at the request of the “Mad Cowboy” Howard Lyman, Marla co-founded and headed the Chicago chapter of EarthSave International, eventually producing an annual event called The Conference for Conscious Living that drew dozens of vegan leaders to Chicago over the next decade. This event ultimately grew into the innovative and popular festival, Chicago VeganMania, which has drawn thousands over the last three years.
Meanwhile, Marla co-founded the Chicago Vegan Family Network, which has grown into a group of dozens of families all raising vegan children. In 2009, Marla and her husband were recognized by Mercy For Animals as Activists of the Year. In 2004, Marla published her first book, Marla’s Vegan Guide to Chicago and the Universe. Soon after, she began her blog, Vegan Feminist Agitator. She is a freelance feature writer and has had her work featured in VegNews magazine, One Green Planet and the Advocacy for Animals blog for Encyclopaedia Britannica, and she has an essay published in the collection, This I Believe: On Motherhood, which was published in May, 2012 . She also maintains two different columns for Examiner.com. Marla’s work has been reprinted in the Utne Reader, and in 2010, she was nominated for a prestigious Maggie Award for best feature story. The Adventures of Vivian Sharpe, Vegan Superhero is Marla’s first novel.”

"A quiet and introspective 15-year-old girl receives an unlikely visitor in the night, setting off a series of sudden and profound changes in her life including new special powers, a new worldview, new friends, a new summer job, and an urgent task to expose the destructive plans of her hometown’s largest and most respected employer. This story is a classic American coming-of-age vegan superhero thriller – a can’t-put-it-down page turner delivered with intelligence and humor.

http://www.viviansharpe.com/

Marla Rose is a writer, activist and community builder actively involved in Chicago’s flourishing vegan movement. In 1998, she and her husband created the pioneering vegan web magazine, Vegan Street. In 1999, at the request of the “Mad Cowboy” Howard Lyman, Marla co-founded and headed the Chicago chapter of EarthSave International, eventually producing an annual event called The Conference for Conscious Living that drew dozens of vegan leaders to Chicago over the next decade. This event ultimately grew into the innovative and popular festival, Chicago VeganMania, which has drawn thousands over the last three years.

Meanwhile, Marla co-founded the Chicago Vegan Family Network, which has grown into a group of dozens of families all raising vegan children. In 2009, Marla and her husband were recognized by Mercy For Animals as Activists of the Year. In 2004, Marla published her first book, Marla’s Vegan Guide to Chicago and the Universe. Soon after, she began her blog, Vegan Feminist Agitator. She is a freelance feature writer and has had her work featured in VegNews magazine, One Green Planet and the Advocacy for Animals blog for Encyclopaedia Britannica, and she has an essay published in the collection, This I Believe: On Motherhood, which was published in May, 2012 . She also maintains two different columns for Examiner.com. Marla’s work has been reprinted in the Utne Reader, and in 2010, she was nominated for a prestigious Maggie Award for best feature story. The Adventures of Vivian Sharpe, Vegan Superhero is Marla’s first novel.”

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Hyena cubs (by hehirt)
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Hyena cubs (by hehirt)

"Join John Hardy on a tour of the Green School, his off-the-grid school in Bali that teaches kids how to build, garden, create (and get into college). The centerpiece of campus is the spiraling Heart of School, perhaps the world’s largest freestanding bamboo building.”

Reflections on teaching and learning from preschoolers

"The knee-jerk "good job" makes it all about adult approval. Here are some ideas for keeping the focus on the children and their efforts."