Monthly Archives: May 2021
Get your older kids to support/refute debate this theory. https://tinyurl.com/yhazh3ed
Have a safe, socially distanced, Victoria Day!
Vaccine resisters have been around as long as vaccines themselves. https://tinyurl.com/yehsrrxr
A lack of interest in, respect for, and belief in, science isn’t exactly new. https://tinyurl.com/yykc4dnr
Acts of kindness have always meant a lot in times of crisis. They still do. https://tinyurl.com/y5z9jvwz
Teens considering their career paths might be interested in finding out more about what choices were on offer for teens of yesteryear. https://www.locksmithspros.org/history-locksmithing https://www.curioushistory.com/the-amazing-history-of-locksmithing/ http://www.historyofkeys.com/locks-history/history-of-locksmithing/ https://workingtheflame.com/history-of-locksmithing/
Among the very first books I owned, so they’ve been around a long time. The two pictured were my very favourites, and enjoyed by the next generation as well. I think they might originally had had covers, but book covers were something a youthful me quite often discarded, for some reason. http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2015/jul/03/why-we-love-the-ladybird-books