This week on the Wide World of Web:
Yeah, pretty much everyone I know (or would care to know) would love a secret passage bookshelf.
I am not usually all that excited about end of the year lists, but this one: 50 Wonderful Things From the Year in Pop Culture, is indeed wonderful.
This interview with Lois Lowry is #35 and it made me cry, a lot. “She realized that day that she could talk to kids or she could talk to adults, but not to both: ‘And so I chose the kids.’ ”
Small people or big world?
Cheers to all the crunchy moms!
Every month I don’t know how the photos could get any better and then they do.
Film locations revisited.
How to build a Rainbow Igloo.
Along those same lines: Ice palaces and larger-than-life animals at The Snow World Festival.
Netflix always suggests the Ballet Documentaries to me (I do love them) and First Position is the best one I have ever seen. Among others, it stars Michaela DePrince, a Sierra Leone war orphan turned dancer, battling racism in the ballet world.