After the Fall: How Humpty Dumpy Got Back Up Again written and illustrated by Dan Santat is an exquisite telling of the classic tale about Humpty Dumpty. Humpty Dumpty is an avid bird watcher and loves to watch them from above high walls until one day he falls and becomes TERRIFIED of heights. Eventually he finds the courage and bravery to face his fears and climb back up the wall where he learns to FLY.
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NEW BLOG POST: Are you looking for a unique and imaginative experience for your kids to enjoy the magic of Christmas? If so, I highly recommend that your family consider checking out Kringle's Inventionasium located in Tower City in downtown Cleveland, Ohio!
Disclaimer: This article is based on my own thoughts and memories from September 11, 2001. The featured image of the flag was found on http://www.almanac.com. Where were you on September 11, 2001? I was in my high school homeroom and I remember that our principal came over the intercom system to announce that a plane… Continue reading 9/11 Reflections
The Great Lakes Science Center did it again - they created another outstanding, fun and educational exhibit for kids and adults alike to explain how automobiles are designed, manufactured and serviced. VROOM! A Car Adventure is excellent! The entrance to Vroom! At the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland Ohio. Our Favorites: As we entered… Continue reading The Vroom Exhibit at the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland Ohio is Tire-iffic!!!
This is a photo of Gabi at one of the Paint Shops! Have you ever wondered what an engineer is or what they do? Meet my friend and former co-worker, Gabi Patrick. She is a Chemical and Materials Engineer and works as a New Material Technology Project Manager at Toyota Motor North America. I recently interviewed her… Continue reading STEM Careers: Chemical and Materials Engineer Gabi
If you aren't an engineer, you probably wouldn't know that the 3rd week in February every year is known as "E-Week" or National Engineers Week. The celebration of E-Week began in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers. The purpose is to raise awareness to the contributions to society that engineers make. FUN FACT:… Continue reading It’s time to celebrate National Engineer’s Week or E-Week!