By Phoenix, April 30, 2015 Word Count: 1031 Rating: G Summary: A classic tale in verse Part 2: Wandering Long she wandered through the land Til coming to a fen she wove A cape and hood of rushes And donning them she covered Her rich and costly clothes And coming to a great house She... Continue Reading →
By Amanda Pizzolatto Word Count: 3331 Rating: G Summary: Queen Scheherazade has a mission for young Ananse, a hero in training, but can he complete it? “Uncle Remus! Aunt Nancy! I’m home!” called out Henry right before slamming the door behind him. A dark-skinned woman in her forties appeared around the corner. “Henry Charles Anderson! How... Continue Reading →
By Amanda Pizzolatto Word Count: 2479 Rating: G Summary: A fairy tale retold starring the characters from Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle. Sakura glanced at her father. “What do you mean, you made a deal with him?” Her father shrugged. “He seems like a nice fellow, he’s just as lonely as you are. I figured you could... Continue Reading →
By Phoenix, April 30, 2015 Word Count: 1031 Rating: G Summary: A classic tale in verse Part 1 "Once there lived a very rich man Who three daughters did have..."
By Phoenix, April 30, 2015 Word Count: 1031 Rating: G Summary: A classic tale in verse Part 1: Once Upon a Time Once there lived a very rich man Who three daughters did have He thought to ask them one fine day How each did love him so To see how fond each daughter was... Continue Reading →
Although the movie showed little success at its first publication (perhaps the title turned people away?), it became wildly popular in 1988 (when VHS and new-fangled “videos” were introduced) as the few who had first loved The Princess Bride showed it to their children… and then to their grandchildren.
At the brink of waterfalls and in the hills over the river, we get a little wild, don’t we? You all want to go hurtling right through, to the far side of sanity and fences, with your hearts like songbirds.
By Sarah Levesque Word Count: 789 Rating: G Summary: A discourse on the effect of magic, particularly Harry Potter, on children. Harry Potter was, is and will continue to be controversial as reading material for children. The greatest reason is because the young protagonists are witches and wizards, though there are other concerns such... Continue Reading →
By Nathan Stone Word Count: 1741 Rating: PG for content relating to the review of an R rated film. Summary: A review of the 1994 superhero film "The Crow" starring Brandon Lee. Love Beyond Death: A Movie Review of “The Crow” Year: 1994 Filming: Color Length: 101 minutes Genre: Comic book/Action Maturity: R Director: Alex... Continue Reading →