I received the following text message from Akemi today: “Why?”I asked. She replied with the following photo: Then this one: And, finally, THIS one: Why is Jelly sitting in her water bowl? The episode #107 props meeting happened today. Check out all the goodies. Director Bruce McDonald takes Bubba for a spin. This is […]
A British boy got in trouble at school when he arrived for World Book Day celebrations dressed as the lead character from racy novel “50 Shades of Grey”, complete with bondage equipment. While other youngsters marked Thursday’s event by dressing up as Harry Potter, Willy Wonka or...
Thousands of British students mark World Book Day by going to school in costume as their favorite fictional characters. But one 11-year-old found himself in a bind when he dressed as Christian Grey, the billionaire hero of erotic thriller...Show More Summary
Yesterday, the UK celebrated World Book Day - a charity event designed to promote literacy and encourage kids to read. Students in many schools were encouraged to dress up as their favorite literary characters, and naturally, that resulted...Show More Summary
This kid probably deserved his punishment, but he also deserves a high-five and an ice cream. More » Hilarious 11-Year-Old Scandalizes School By Dressing Up As Christian Grey For World Book Day is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
When little Liam Scholes’ school held a World Book Day celebration yesterday, he had the perfect costume in mind – unfortunately, the rest of the school was not pleased when the 11-year-old arrived dressed as Christian Grey, the whip-wielding “hero” of the Fifty Shades series. The Sale, Manchester student’s grey suit may have been innocuous enough on its […]
Real-life stories about Illinois--its politics, its history, its culture--are so interesting that it makes sense that fictional stories set in the state would be even more interesting. The authors of these 10 books certainly thought so. Show More Summary
A list of books to honor Pi Day on March 14 by incorporating a subject many writers shy away from: mathematics. Column by Leah Dearborn In honor of the most accurate Pi Day to occur during this century (3.1415), a list of mathematical books seemed only appropriate. Show More Summary
Remember when World Book Day saw hundreds of little Harry Potters walking around, because it was far easier to paint a lightning bolt on your kids' heads than crafting intricate costumes? Well, one child in the U.K. has one-upped everyone. Show More Summary
by Jonathan Blaustein I’m glad they call it Climate Change these days. (Instead of Global Warming.) Makes more sense that way. At first, I thought it was a euphemism, meant to seem less-threatening. But then I realized that despite the fact that something like thirteen of the fourteen hottest years on record have come in […]
The combine is in the books. Pro days are here, and free agency is just days away. What's happening in the world of the NFL draft? A lot. Let's get caught up. The Scout's Report — Who made the most money at the combine? I text that question out and in seven responses, they all said UConn cornerback Byron Jones. Show More Summary
March 6 in Britain is called “World Book Day,” a celebration of the magic of books and literature. In schools, many… Read More
Teachers didn't see the humor in the 11-year-old's costume for World Book Day
An 11-year-old schoolboy was asked to return home after arriving at a World Book Day event dressed as Fifty Shades of Grey character, Christian Grey. When the kids from Sale High School in Manchester, UK, were told to dress up as a book...Show More Summary
“Another day, another argument about whether a book about dragons is fantasy or not. … Well, if it walks like an orc, quacks like an orc, and generally behaves like an orc, it’s fantasy, right? The author isn’t so sure. … It is an argument that resurfaces every time an author with ‘literary chops dips […]
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Today is World Book Day, so to celebrate, artist Raul Lemesoff worked with soda company 7UP to make a "weapon of mass instruction." Less of a weapon, and more of a moving library, Lemesoff created a new way to spread information and ideas. Show More Summary
Submitted by Vitaliy Katsenelson via Contrarian Edge blog, I want to preface my article with a short excerpt from one of my favorite books,Antifragile, by Nassim Taleb: A turkey is fed for a thousand days by a butcher; every day confirms...Show More Summary