Daily Archives: September 25, 2020

What’s It Worth To You?

Before coming into work today I had a couple of medical appointments. First, there was a trip to LabCorps. I figured that with Covid happening as it is, that there would be better parking than usual, and to a certain … Continue reading

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Book Review: Penguins (Nature’s Children)

Penguins (Nature’s Children), by Lucia Raatma There is something fascinating about seeing the way that a variety of publishers feel the need to publish books about penguins because they are obviously a very popular animal. There are a lot of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Penguins (Seedlings)

Penguins (Seedlings), by Kate Riggs It is always entertaining, at least for me, to read books that are clearly geared to people who are almost four decades younger than I am, and this book is clearly an example of that. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Penguins (Animal Families)

Penguins (Animal Families), edited by Tim Harris Penguins are pretty uniformly loved animals. Not only are they attractive in the sense of looking very formally dressed and proper, but their quirky waddling and graceful swimming and generally adorable ways make … Continue reading

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