For twenty-three years during the golden age of radio in Canada, stories for children by Mary Grannan, "Just Mary," were broadcast by CBC and beloved across the country. She retired from broadcasting in 1962 and died in 1975, but her sweet-tempered and humorous stories still have the power to entertain, while recapturing the atmosphere of another t …
These 101 math jokes are hilarious — you can count on it!
Calling all math-letes and math geeks: Yes, the whole idea of math jokes might seem a little strange, but these are really two funny — in fact they are prime. Go figure!
Why did I, V, and X keep wandering off?
Because they're roman numerals!
What happened when 8 lay down?
He felt infinitely …
Based on a true story of a peaceful crusade in 1212, this book traces the lives of three multifaith children as they decide who to put their faith in. 1212 vividly depicts a world both dramatically different and remarkably similar to our own.
On the first stroke of midnight, ten children, two dogs and a cat enter a haunted funhouse. On their journey through the rooms, they encounter bats and witches and goblins. As the clock strikes, the children bravely sing, "Oh, nothing frightens me!" and one by one they disappear. By the twelfth stroke of midnight, only one brave child is left and h …