I’ve been wanting to write about “Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls” since it came out, but I didn’t want to do a review based on my own opinion. I wanted to write about my entire experience reading it with Mazzy and Harlow.
After a slew of racial and anti-semitic incidents these past few days, it’s getting harder to shield our children from hatred. Especially when it shows up on their playgrounds. This is about more than politics. It is about human decency.
There is a written rule in the Official Blogger Handbook that says you must close out the year with your ten most popular posts. I can't find the handbook at the moment to show you, but I assure you, it exists and this rule is etched in stone.