Daily Archives: July 14, 2020

On Empathy And Reasoning By Analogy

Yesterday evening I found it strangely ironic (if not hypocritical) that a proud Armenian who likely curses the Turks for their genocide of his people expressed the belief that people hate Jews because they deserve it.  Blaming the victim has … Continue reading

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Book Review: Luxembourg (Cultures Of The World)

Luxembourg (Cultures Of The World), by Patricia Sheehan One of the more fascinating aspects of writing for young readers is that there is a far greater interest in books about cultures for young readers than for older ones.  It is … Continue reading

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Book Review: Luxembourg (Heinrichs)

Luxembourg:  Enchantment Of The World, by Ann Heinrichs What does Scholastic want people to think of Luxembourg?  This book title was so interesting to the publisher that two separate authors wrote two versions of this book for the market of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Luxembourg (Enchantment Of The World)

Luxembourg (Enchantment Of The World), by Emilie U. Lupthien It is interesting to read several books about the same country or the same thing and to compare what they have to say and what elements they choose to emphasize.  By … Continue reading

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