Posts Tagged ‘David Catrow’
Constitution Day, September 17, 2021
We the Kids, written and illustrated by David Catrow According to a posting on the internet, Constitution Day celebrates the “formation and signing of the American Constitution on September 17, 1787 by thirty-nine brave men.” Artist and political cartoonist David Catrow is bent on presenting “The Preamble to the Constitution” to very young future voters…Read More
Helping Young Readers to Remember the True Reason for Memorial Day By Celebrating the “Invisible,” With Picture Books to Educate and Enlighten Them This May 31, 2021.
A sometimes invisible group recognized in May are our honored war dead. On Memorial Day, it seems the original intent at its outset was the decorating of graves of Union and Confederate soldiers. It was begun by one General John Logan, but seems to have gotten lost in the shuffle of the present three-day Memorial…Read More
A Trip to the Grandparents Is More Than What Is Expected!
I Wanna Go Home By Karen Kaufman Orloff and David Catrow I recently blogged on a book called “Baking Day at Grandma’s.” It is the quintessential feeling evoked when a child is aware of an upcoming trip to a grandparent’s house. It’s all enthusiasm mixed with a driving anticipation for the coming event. Not…Read More